Wolves could reportedly accept as a little as £20 million for Adama Traore this month.
The Telegraph claim club officials are now contemplating offloading the Spaniard having failed to come to an agreement over a contract extension.
Talks have been ongoing between club and player for some time.
Wolves have wanted to tie Traore down but apparently, one stumbling block has been the proposed release clause.
There is no information as to what Wolves wanted to set it at, if indeed they wanted to set one at all.
It is thought that Traore could be the likeliest departure this month.
The Telegraph state that Fosun are reluctant to bankroll any major additions this window. Seemingly, a significant player sale would be required first.
It seems like that sale could be Traore, with West Ham United and Tottenham Hotspur keen.
£20 million is a remarkably low figure given what the kind of prices that were being mentioned previously.
The Daily Mail reported in the summer of 2020 he was valued as high £70 million.
A huge shame, but potentially needs must now for Wolves
Traore potentially leaving for £20 million this month would be a huge disappointment.
This is a player who was being valued at nearly four times that only a couple of years ago.
It will be a travesty of he departs for £20 million, but there might be no other option at this point.
If the player isn’t going to sign, whatever the reason for that, then a decision will need making.
Hopefully if it does come to that, Wolves will be able to sell to a club abroad.