Wolves are reportedly pricing Adama Traore out of an exit from Molineux.
According to 90min, the Spain international would like a move to Tottenham Hotspur in the coming days.
But Wanderers are supposedly demanding more than Spurs would be willing to pay right now.
Traore is now into the final year of his contract at Molineux.
Many expected him to have departed the club already. But interest in the player has been fairly minimal so far this window.
The 26-year-old is thought to be willing to wait until next summer to make a move to Spurs when he becomes a free agent.
Spurs have a long-standing interest in Traore, and tried to sign him back in January before the winger move to Barcelona on loan.
It is not clear how much Tottenham would be willing to pay to sign him now. But their bid in January was thought to be around £15 million.
Traore has so far made three appearances this season for Wolves.
His only start has come in the 2-1 win over Preston North End in the Carabao Cup, in which he scored a stunning goal with his left foot.
Wolves can’t be losing Adama Traore now, amid more Tottenham links
Wolves are right to be pricing Traore out of an exit from Molineux.
The club don’t have huge depth in the wide positions, and there has been talk in the last few days that Hwang Hee-chan could leave.
If the South Korea international departs then it would be negligible to also then let Traore go.
It is looking very much like Wolves will lose Traore for free which is a huge shame considering how much he was worth only a couple of years ago.
But at this point, there is surely more value in keeping him for his final season.