Some Liverpool fans have been reacting to a report their club are monitoring his situation at Wolves.
Sport have claimed the Reds are following the Spaniard along with Manchester City and Leeds United.
Supposedly, Wolves manager Nuno Espirito Santo wants to retain Traore and tie him down to a longer contract, but the player doesn’t want to commit.
It’s explained that Liverpool’s recent struggles in attack are leading them to look at potential additions.
They landed Diogo Jota last summer, and could raid the Black Country once again for a player who Wolves value at at least £35 million.
That figure is much lower than previous valuations, with Traore having struggled to hit top gear in 2020/21.
The player – who signed for Wolves for around £18 million (BBC Sport) – has scored just one goal this term, and struggled for starts earlier in the campaign due to the form of Pedro Neto and Daniel Podence.
On social media, some Liverpool fans have been reacting to the idea of the Reds landing Traore for around £35 million and the view appears to be quite mixed:
— Stephen (@Kubakurungi9) January 20, 2021
His price has halved and its good competition as we need it for the forwards atm
— George 🥶 (@GeorgeLFC25) January 20, 2021
£35m? Sign him, please.
— アダム (@lawlietadam) January 20, 2021
Klopp will turn him into a machine
— Mentality Monsters (@parkthebus8989) January 20, 2021
Neto instead please.
— Lenny Clarke (@lennyc81) January 20, 2021
He seems to have gone backwards.
Last season at times he looked like a world beater in terms of his potential impact but now you wonder where the end product is?
— PaulShilly 🌹🌹 (@shillcock_paul) January 20, 2021
If it’s Klopp pursuing him then I’d be interested to see it pan out.
£35m still seems expensive especially considering the poor season he’s having, but we have seen what happens when we let a Wolves forward off Nuno’s defensive leash. pic.twitter.com/AiFkrKNeHs
— FreshFernando (@Landon_96) January 20, 2021
— Manos (@lfcmanos) January 20, 2021
Why not go for Neto?
— Miyelani Baguo Mabasa (@MabasaNaldo) January 20, 2021
Personally i think he’d be a great buy,he’d be levels above Origi or Minamino,he brings huge pace and has the ability to blitz past any defence which our front 3 have struggled to do this sesson,he’s a powerful strong runner and would be great for our team
— Liverpool🔴fan (@Liverpo87055988) January 20, 2021
Love his play style, + he is very versatile
— OxSZN (@oxSZN15) January 20, 2021
I think he’d be a class signing. Klopp would open up so much more to his game than just being a touch line winger getting crosses in. Klopp is 👌at improving players & getting the to open up to their max potential, I’d be happy with Traore’s signing “IF” it were to happen
— RossAC1984 (@Ac1984Ross) January 20, 2021