Tottenham Hotspur is looking to add a new striker for the second leg of the 2021/2021 Premier League season to their roster during the current transfer window and have laid eyes on Adama Traoré from Wolverhampton Wanderers, someone that already has been rumored to leave the Wolves side in previous seasons.
Although he once was immovable from Wolves squad, both with former coach Nuno Espírito Santo and current coach Bruno Lage, lately he hasn’t been performing as he used to which could be a reason why Wolves might let him go if the price is right.
According to Transfermarkt, the Spanish right-winger’s worth is $38 million, way below to his higher value, $54.4 million back in 2020. But given his current performances on the pitch, Wolves are willing to sell him for an offer around $27 to $30 million.
Traoré wants to leave, says he needs a change
The 25-year-old Spanish international is desperate to work under Antonio Conte’sinstructions, as his landing to North London is getting closer, but he was willing to move to Tottenham since the beginning of the season, where he could reunite with Nuno when he was still coaching the Spurs.