Liverpool have had phenomenal consistency in their attack over the last few years, with Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino leading the front line on a regular basis.
Last season, Salah’s fine form of 22 goals and five assists in the Premier League, saw him voted the PFA Fans’ Player of the Year. Alongside this, Salah was also named in the PFA Premier League Team of the Year and helped the Reds to a third place Premier League finish.
With the attacking trio a consistent part of Jurgen Klopp’s starting XI when fit, it begs the question could anybody come into Liverpool and force one of their talented trio out the side.
According to Football Insider, the Merseyside outfit have told Wolves that they are willing to pay up to £25million for the player the west Midlands outfit value at £50m, but former Liverpool player Paul Stewart says Traore might not be the right fit for the club right now.
“You look at the front three of Liverpool, they interchange, Salah comes in, Mane’s all over the place.
“I can’t see Traore being that because he’s a feet on the touchline type of man and then pace is his massive attribute.”
Traore has scored 10 goals and has got 18 assists in his time at Molineux, but Stewart wants to see the winger add to his end product, adding: “When I first watched him, I thought with that pace if he could have an end product he could be a world beater, but I haven’t seen that end product yet”.
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