Many Wolverhampton Wanderers fans have reacted to news of a possible exit for their star man Adama Traore after Le 10 Sport (via Wolves Live) claimed that Manchester United are the latest club to be reportedly interested in him.
As per the outlet, Traore has already been linked with the likes of FC Barcelona, Real Madrid, Liverpool and Manchester City, highlighting just how in-demand he is from some of Europe’s top clubs.
Indeed, the £22.95m-valued ace has been somewhat of a revelation this season so far, scoring six goals and providing 10 assists in 43 games in all competitions for the Molineux outfit, according to Transfermarkt.
If the Premier League is to resume the campaign, then several of the Wolves faithful will be hoping that Traore can guide them to European football for a second successive term, with a Champions League place not far from their reach.
Would you consider letting Traore go to a direct rival for the right price?
These WWFC supporters reacted to the potential exit of their Spaniard:
We have some good players, but if the price is right, we sell. We all know there will be another player for 10-20 million ready to step in. Clubs like Utd will always attract players, but he would probably be in the 50-80 million region, cannot see them paying that.
— Jon Moss (@RonnieHotDog76) May 20, 2020
If these reports have any truth in them, half the Man Utd team will be made up of Wolves players next season.
— karen faulkner (@karenf29) May 20, 2020
Don’t let anyone go.
— Ghostfac3 (@Ghostfac32) May 20, 2020
They can be interested if their entire transfer budget can be spent on one player
— Ian Jewkes (@jewkesyno4) May 19, 2020
Anymore players. They might as well buy the team
— Daniel Collier (@DANCOLUK) May 20, 2020
They are intreasted in all our first team players
— wolves aye we (@idj1970) May 19, 2020
I’m interested in Lily James, doesn’t mean I’m going to marry her any time soon
— Steve Phillips (@stevep_1973) May 19, 2020
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