Wolves winger Adama Traore is reportedly now being chased by three Premier League clubs.
Liverpool and Manchester City are reported by Sport to have joined the hunt for the explosive Spain international, with Leeds United also keen.
The 24-year-old’s future is currently a little uncertain at the moment.
His current contract doesn’t expire until the summer of 2023, but it’s been claimed Wolves have wanted to tie him down to an improved contract.
An agreement hasn’t been reached, and it’s been claimed previously that Traore was unhappy with his game time, with the European Championships due to take place this summer.
Wolves are said to have slapped a £35 million asking price on Traore, which is considerably less than the kind of figure that was being mentioned last year.
2020/21 has not been the best of seasons for Traore so far.
The former Middlesbrough man has managed just one goal up to now, and has not kicked on as many expected following his impressive second season at Molineux.
Revisit the situation in the summer
It would be foolish to listen to offers for Traore mid-season.
Wolves are struggling right now, and can’t be letting the £43,000-a-week star (Spotrac) depart knowing how good he can be on his day.
He hasn’t been firing so far this season, but he can provide the X-factor and he needs retaining until the end of the season at least.
Perhaps Wolves can then come to a decision about whether to cash in.