As the transfer window continues to get into gear and teams start to really crank up their search for new additions ahead of next season, someone that David Norris would love to see at his former club Leeds United is Adama Traore.
Traore has long been linked with a move away from Wolves this summer and there have been fresh links suggesting that he could be available for just £20 million, and that may well tempt Leeds who have been credited with an interest in the winger previously.
Will Wolves sell Traore?
A winger does not appear to be an area of weakness for Marcelo Bielsa’s side but with Rodrigo not hitting the heights expected last season and Raphinha picking up an injury towards the end of the campaign, Bielsa may want to add some more reinforcement to allow him greater options and flexibility.
Traore is one of the most explosive and dynamic players in the Premier League with his 214 attempted dribbles the most out of any payer in England’s top flight last season, so he would bring excitement and frustration to Elland Road, but Norris believes that the winger would prove to be a good signing, as he spoke about Traore exclusively to Transfer Tavern:
“He’s obviously got something to him and Leeds would have done their due diligence on him so if they sign him then you know, he’s a team player as well as a good player. I think if the price is right, then I’d love to see that happen.”
There may well be wholesale changes at Wolves this summer with new manager Bruno Lage set to take fresh ideas into Molineux which could see certain players fall from crucial players last season to surplus to requirements going forward.
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