Wolves may have offered flying winger Adama Traore a new long-term deal to stay at Molineux, but it remains unsigned by the Spaniard.
That has no doubt alerted several of Europe’s biggest clubs. Many may already be plotting a potential January raid.
The former Barcelona starlet quickly began to realise his potential under Nuno Espirito Santo last season.
A double against Man City at the Etihad and destructive showings after the Coronavirus restart had European heavyweights scouting Adama’s unique talent and terrifying turn of foot.
The lightning-quick attacker still has three years on his current Wolves deal, but that didn’t stop the club wanting to tie down the wide man for longer, especially after he recently broke into the Spain national team.
However, a slight shift in the system for Nuno this term coincided with Traore being starved of starts in the old gold. That has brought a reluctance from Adama to sign on the dotted line. Continue reading