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Wolves: Fans react to Adama Traore transfer update

Many Wolves fans have been reacting on social media as a transfer update emerged on Adama Traore.

As per Football Insider, West Ham United have reportedly made an enquiry about the possibility of signing the Spain international in the summer window.

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David Moyes allegedly sees Traore as a somebody who can play as a striker and thus give cover for Michail Antonio, and the London Stadium faithful have registered their interest amid doubts over his future in the Midlands.

Traore is a player who is naturally very fit and would bring a lot of speed to West Ham’s starting eleven, but you can click here for more info about football fitness to try and emulate the Spaniard’s physique.

The Hammers did very well to finish in sixth spot in the Premier League table in the 2020/21 season, but the Molineux faithful finished above them in both 19/20 and 18/19, and so some WWFC supporters feel as if there would not be too much of a jump, if any, from moving to East London.

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Thus, it seems as if they would rather keep the winger over selling him to the Irons.

Wolves fans on Traore transfer update

These Wanderers could not believe what they were reading as the exit rumour was shared on Twitter, with one even going as far as to claim that it was a ‘joke’:

“Loool”

Credit: @YasWWFC

“Haha jog on they can’t afford him”

Credit: @WWFCFrevans

“What”

Credit: @fowls21wwfc

“Next joke please”

Credit: @MitchPhillips28

“This is funny”

Credit: @cal_wolvesfc

“Haha”

Credit: @jack04_

In other news, find out what training update has Wanderers talking here!


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