Wolves have reportedly sent a message to Daniel Levy, warning him they would be prepared to hold onto Adama Traore until the summer.

The Spaniard remains heavily linked with a move to Tottenham Hotspur.

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LEAVE RASHFORD ALONE.

Traore has a contract until the summer of 2023, and it has been widely reported he could be sold in this window.

Spurs have already seen a £15 million bid turned down by Wolves.

Sky Sports have reported Wanderers now value the former Barcelona man at £25 million.

It seems there could be a bit of negotiating to do if a deal is to come to fruition.

Interestingly, 90min report that Wolves have warned Spurs chairman Levy that they would be prepared to keep Traore until the summer unless their demands are met.

From this, it sounds like Wolves will not be messed around over Traore.

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Seemingly, the club would sell if the price was right, but would happily snub offers that fall short of their valuation of the player.

Of course at the moment, Wolves find themselves in an exciting position in the Premier League table.

Bruno Lage is doing a superb job, and it looks as though a push for European football may be possible. Wolves are currently just four points off the top four.

Wolves must stand their ground as Tottenham eye Adama Traore transfer deal

This is an interesting claim regarding the Traore to Tottenham transfer saga.

Wolves are quite right to stand firm over their asset.

At the end of the day, Traore is such a unique player. And he has reminded people what he is capable of in his last two cameo appearances.

He will always be a threat when he’s on the pitch. Even if his end product still isn’t quite there at the moment.

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If Wolves are going to sell, it should be on their terms. Because Traore can still make a big difference for Wolves going forwards.

Clearly the club feel comfortable keeping him and risking his value dropping.

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