Wolves have rejected Tottenham’s £15million bid for Adama Traore, according to reliable journalist John Percy.
The Lowdown: Constant Traore exit rumour
The 25-year-old has been continually linked with an exit from Molineux in recent weeks, whether it be for the January transfer window or this summer.
Bruno Lage seemingly doesn’t see Traore as part of his plans moving forward, with some reports even suggesting the manager has green-lighted an exit, so it feels inevitable that he will leave the club in the near future.
Spurs are clearly the front-runners to snap up the Spaniard and a key update has now emerged regarding their pursuit of him.
Who should Wolves sign?
The Latest: Wolves turn down £15m bid
Wanderers value the wide man at £20million and won’t budge until that amount is met.
The Verdict: Up the offer, Spurs
Spurs know what they have to do in order to get their man and it would benefit all parties if they simply up their offer and get a deal completed.
Traore himself is likely to jump at the chance of a fresh challenge – he has only managed ten starts in the Premier League this season – and Wolves can hopefully then use the money on a new signing this month.
While the Spain international has done good things in a Wolves shirt, his tendency to flatter to deceive means it is time for him to move on, with just 11 goals to his name in 153 appearances for the club.
In other news, some Wolves fans have reacted to a transfer exit rumour. Read more here.
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