Wolves Hope Liverpool Will Bid For Adama Traore In Summer Transfer Market

Wolves Boss, Nuno Espirito Santo might be hoping to see a bidding war begin between Liverpool and Manchester City for Adama Traore this summer as he looks to raise transfer funds.

Wolves could offer Adama Traore to rival clubs in order to boost their transfer budget.

Reports claim that Nuno Espirito Santo has been told to raise cash with outgoing deals if he wants to bring in any fresh faces, with the future of Raul Jimenez the priority.

Wolves finished seventh in the Premier League table last season and reached the quarter-finals of the Europa League, but didn’t manage to qualify for the competition for the new campaign after Arsenal won the FA Cup.

In another worry for supporters, the club’s owners Fosun International are said to have been hit hard by the recent pandemic, even taking out a loan against future TV revenue.

Wolves could put Adama Traore up for sale this month
Wolves could put Adama Traore up for sale this month (Image: Getty)The Mirror has reported that Wolves are ready to cash in on former Barcelona man Traore as they desperately try to keep hold of Jimenez for the foreseeable future.

That means that are hoping to see a bidding war begin between title rivals Liverpool and Manchester City, who are said to have both shown interest in the winger in the past.

The 24-year-old is rated by many as the best impact player in the league thanks to his strength and speed, having improved his end product dramatically over the past two seasons.

Nuno said of the player’s future back in June: “I don’t know. He is here now and trained well today. He is ready to go tomorrow.

“That is what I think. It is day by day, not speculation. We just focus on what you have to do.”

Before adding: “Adama is a special player, he is unique. When he is on the pitch he is having an impact on the game.”

Jurgen Klopp had told BBC Sport of Traore: “He is unplayable in moments, it’s unbelievable. What a player – it’s not only him but he’s so good.”

With Pep Guardiola joking last year: “He is a motorcycle! It’s almost impossible. Nobody can handle this pace.”

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