Wolves transfer news: Adama Traore increasingly likely to leave
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Wolves transfer news: Adama Traore increasingly likely to leave

Adama Traore is increasingly likely to leave Wolves at the end of the season.

That is according to Telegraph journalist John Percy, who says the player has had a contract offer on the table for almost three years now.

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He says there has been little progress and that the player has a big decision to make. A big factor for Traore is regular football.

So far, he has only made two starts in the Premier League under Julen Lopetegui.

That said, the 27-year-old has come on at half-time on several occasions this season.

The claim from Percy will sadden some Wolves fans, who watched Traore be the match-winner at the weekend against Tottenham Hotspur.

The star popped up towards the end to score with a lovely controlled finish after an initial shot from Raul Jimenez was saved.

He was superb after coming off the bench at half-time, and really showed how important it was that Wolves kept him for the second half of the season.

But it looks as though we are now watching Traore in his final games for Wolves. Percy wrote on Twitter last night: “Increasingly likely that Adama Traore will leave #Wolves as a free agent this summer.

“Contract offer has been on the table for nearly 3 years, with little progress. Big decision to make and the desire for regular football is key (only 2 PL starts under Lopetegui so far) #wwfc.”

Adama Traore contract situation at Wolves is a shame, but his position is understandable

It is a real shame that Traore looks to be heading towards the exit this summer, and for nothing too.

While he is still inconsistent and lacks an end product, Traore is one of the most watchable footballers in the world.

He has the potential to do special things on a football pitch and from a pure spectacle standpoint, he would be missed.

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His stance is understandable though.

He’s been at Wolves since 2018 on the same contract and may just feel it’s time for a new chapter as he comes into the peak years of his career.