Wolves could sell Adama Traore to raise transfer funds, with Liverpool and Manchester City reportedly interested in the winger.
According to Mirror, Liverpool and Manchester City are reportedly interested is signing the Spaniard, who is valued around £80M, Wolves would look to sell the winger and raise funds.
Due to the effects of COVID-19, the owners of Wolves have reportedly said to be Keen on letting Adama Traore leave the club, so they can make fund out of him.
Liverpool and Manchester City are said to be majorly interested in rapid winger.
Earlier on, Daily Mirror reported that boss Nuno Espirito Santo has been told he needs to raise transfer funds and the club may have to be forced into selling the player.
The report states that the Portuguese manager is ‘desperate’ to hold onto top goalscorer Raul Jimenez but is prepared to listen to offers for Traore.
The 24-year-old was involved in more than half of the teams goals of last season, he was spectacularly terrorising to defenses and so the team wants to cash in with the player.
Traore who joined Wolves in 2018 for £18m from Middlesbrough having previously played for Aston Villa and Barcelona is considered one of the fastest player in European football now, despite his huge physic.