The future of Wolverhampton Wanderers winger Adama Traore is far from Molineux.
What has been said?
This is according to Express & Stars Luke Hatfield, where the journalist explained his faith in a recent interview with GIVEMESPORT that with the 25-year-old outer strongly connected With a move from the club in January, it seems more than likely that the Spanish national team player will secure a move from the club sooner rather than later.
Speaking about the current situation for Wolves forward, Hatfield said: “If I were a betting man, I would probably say that his future is far from Molineux.”
Will Wolves sell Traore in January?
And that is
Shi must act
Although it is undeniable that Traore has become an integral part of the Wolves side since his 18 million pounds move to the club in 2018, given the impact of the 25-year-old reported contract negotiations have on his playing time this season, Jeff Shi simply has to take time for the Spaniard’s playing time at Molineux this winter.
The outside actually scored a goal and provided an assist over his 25 Premier League appearances 2018/19, scored four goals and nine assists over 37 league matches 2019/20 and scored two goals and three assists over 37 top matches last season – with his comebacks playing a key role in re-establish Wolves as a Premier League team.
Even in the current campaign, even though they have not yet contributed directly to a goal 17 million pounds one has impressed over his eleven Premier League appearances, averaging 5.4 successful dribbles per game maximum amount of all players in the league – while they take an average of 1.5 shots and make 1.3 key passes per match.
But during the club’s last three league games have £ 43,000 per week forward has been included for a total of only 36 minutes, med reports which suggests that, although his contract discussions are stagnant, Bruno Lage is less likely to give the 25-year-old playing time ahead of Wolves’ other options.
As such, with no close solution regarding the contract discussions between him and the club, it seems like a very good idea for Shi and Wolves to make money on Traore while the interest in the winger is high, as the club will most likely make a very nice sum on the Spanish international.