Adama Traore had a poor first half of the season as he struggled to turn his build-up play into anything meaningful, but Wolves Hall of Famer Steve Bull has exclusively told The Transfer Tavern that he would like to see Wolves keep the speedy winger.
Earlier in the season, there had been rumours linking Traore with a move away to Liverpool as Wolves are apparently willing to listen to cut-price offers for the Spain international, but following an upturn in form that may have changed.
Should Wolves sell Traore?
Traore is still just 25-years-old and it appears that now could be a turning point in his career as he fully comes to grip with life in the Premier League, after arriving in the country back in 2015 with Aston Villa who signed him from Barcelona.
Before April, Traore had failed to score a goal in the Premier League but despite his often frustrating nature in the final third Wolves should keep him – that is according to Bull who spoke exclusively to The Transfer Tavern:
“I think Nuno has taken him under his wing over the last six months and he has progressed but he hasn’t done it over 90 minutes which is frustrating because he’s got so much power in his body.
“He is a talented player and I would keep him as a wildcard to bring him on off the bench after 60 minutes, and tell him to go and get after the defenders.”
Wolves signed Traore after he spent one season in the Championship with Middlesbrough in 2018, and the Spaniard made his international debut at the back end of last year in a 0-0 draw against Portugal.
Wolves will be looking to kick on next season when they get all their attacking players back on the pitch at the same time, with Raul Jimenez and Pedro Neto spending extended periods of time on the sidelines.
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