Wolverhampton Wanderers are said to be willing to listen to offers for Adama Traore.
The Spain international’s struggles continued yesterday against Aston Villa, and his wait for a goal or assist in the Premier League extended to 27 matches.
Traore’s form has been a real disappointment throughout 2020/21.
He was supposed to kick on this term after discovering a more consistent end product in 2019/20.
But it just hasn’t happened for the 25-year-old, and it seems Wolves are now prepared to sell for the right offer.
Last August, Traore was on the market for £70 million, but his value is now nowhere near that figure as a result of his poor return in front of goal.
It’s explained Wolves could be looking for a fee similar to what they received for Diogo Jota, which was £45 million according to BBC Sport.
It’s been claimed Leeds United hold an interest in Traore (Eurosport), but it remains to be seen if the Whites would be willing to splash out.
Wolves right to entertain interest
Wolves really don’t have much choice at this point than to hear offers for Traore.
The star just isn’t delivering and seems to be regressing rather than improving.
He also doesn’t have too long remaining on his contract, and there have been reports of him stalling (Goal).
Securing a fee similar to that of Jota this summer would not be so bad at this stage.