Earlier this week, the links between Liverpool and Adama Traore flared up again.
The same report also claimed that Nuno Espirito Santo would be interested in bringing the winger to Tottenham.
It was also reported earlier this week that Wolves would listen to offers for the wideman.
But according to respected journalist Fabrizio Romano, there has not been one from Anfield yet.
Romano said on YouTube that Jurgen Klopp is a big fan of Traore but needs to sell players first before he can think about more incomings.
“A lot of links about him and in my opinion it’s normal as we’re talking about a fantastic player. For Liverpool, it is just because Klopp is a big fan of the player and he thinks he would be perfect for Liverpool,” he said.
“But at the moment I’m told there are no negotiations between Liverpool and Wolves, but Liverpool need to sell players.
“They are working to sell some players in the coming days and then they will move on some new signings.”
Lots of talk, little action so far
There’s been lots of talk; about Traore’s contract situation, about whether Liverpool will bid and now about Spurs.
But what has happened so far? There’s seemingly been no bid.
If it stays that way, Traore will remain a Wolves player with little fuss and the next step will be sorting out whether he’ll sign a new deal or not.
Liverpool might well like Traore – he’s a good player with outstanding pace – but until the concrete offer comes through, Wolves don’t even have so much as a decision to make.
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