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Wolves Transfer Deadline Day evening round-up

Traore contract

It’s been a quiet Deadline Day for Wolves in terms of player incomings, but there has been a report of business the club want to do regarding one of their existing players.

Sky Sports have reported that Wolves officials are keen to get Adama Traore to pen a new deal at Molineux, which would see him follow in the footsteps of Nuno Espirito Santo, Raul Jimenez and Conor Coady, who all agreed fresh terms recently.

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Traore currently has just under three years remaining on his current £43,000-a-week deal (Spotrac), but Wolves are well aware his recent improvement has not gone unnoticed.

A new contract for Adama would likely make it very difficult for potential suitors to sign him for anything less than crazy money.

Vinagre clause

Ruben Vinagre has left the club to join Olympiacos on a season-long loan.

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It has been reported that the Greek giants have the option to buy the Portuguese youngster.

If that clause is triggered, Wolves will net £22.5 million (Sky Sports live blog, 10.36am) and make their second biggest sale ever.

Faghir interest

Wolves reportedly have interest in Danish youngster Warhad Faghir.

Ekstra Bladet has named the Black Country club as a potential suitor along with Leicester City and Ajax.

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The 17-year-old , who plays for Vejle BK, is currently a Denmark U18 international, and his idol is none other than the enigmatic Zlatan Ibrahimovic.

Ekstra Bladet actually bring some quotes from the youngster which appear to suggest a move could well happen.

Faghir is reported to have said: “I would like to go abroad now. I feel ready. I still live at home, but I can easily stand on my own two feet.”