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Traore has been at Molineux since signing from Middlesbrough in the summer of 2018 for a fee believed to be £18m (via BBC).
A move away from Wolves would be a horrible transfer from Nuno Espirito Santo’s side, especially given Traore’s tender age. At just 23 years old, Traore still has years left before he reaches the prime of his career, giving Wolves more scope to develop him further.
Moreover, he provides something different to the side from the current crop of wide options. In the Premier League this season, Traore has averaged the most dribbles of any player at Wolves with almost three per game (via WhoScored).
His efforts have also been rewarded, with Traore also winning the most fouls in the Wolves squad. Last season, Willy Boly and Raul Jimenez both scored three times from set pieces, showing the strength the club possess in the air.
Traore’s quality and scope for improvement make him too big of an asset to potentially sell for €20m (roughly £17.8m), the fee the club bought him for in 2018. The Spanish attacker can be a valuable asset for years to come and should be retained by the club.
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