Wolverhampton Wanderers have been reacting to a suggestion from the Telegraph’s Matt Law that Adama Traore could be valued at around £20-25 million.

Law was speaking on the London is Blue podcast about Chelsea’s interest in the player.

The Blues are apparently keen on the Spain international.

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Apparently the London giants actually made some enquiries over Traore while he was still at Middlesbrough.

Traore didn’t have his greatest season in 2020/21.

He only scored two Premier League goals and made three assists – although he’s unlucky his assist tally in particular was that low.

Law believes Wolves want to sell other players before Traore, but did suggest the 25-year-old’s valuation could be in the region of £20-25 million.

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Traore only has two years remaining on his current deal, which Wolves have reportedly been trying to extend.

On social media, fans have been reacting to Law’s comments.

Predictably, many believe Traore – who is unquestionably unique and a potential game-changer – is worth a lot more money despite his contract running down:

 

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