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Adama Traore was on the verge of leaving Wolves this summer but somehow a transfer did not work out. Now according to The Daily Mail, Wolves will once again put him up for sale in January.

The club have offered him a new deal as his current contract expires in 2023. But if the winger does not agree to the terms within the next few months then the club are ready to offload him during the middle of the season.

The report claims: “Wolves will consider offloading Adama Traore in January if the in-form winger does not sign a contract extension, according to reports, as he continues to avoid talks.

“Having watched Bruno Lage come in and quickly establish Traore as a key man in his Wolves XI, the club now want to push for a new long-term deal, according to the Birmingham Mail.

“However, the Fosun Group owners won’t sit by and watch Traore run his contract down, and will aim to cash in on the player in one of the 2023 transfer windows.”

Where will Adama Traore end up in January?

Spurs were the favourites to land the 25-year-old summer and they were even willing to offer £30m for him. But a deal did not work out because Wolves reportedly were quoting £50 million for a sale.

 

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If Adama Traore does not sign a new deal then Wolves are bound to soften their tone meaning Spurs will surely come back for him in January.

Liverpool are another club who had been linked with him at the start of the transfer window and if the Wolves man is available for cheap then the Anfield outfit could also try and sign him.

But having said that, we are not sure if Liverpool will be ready to spend money in the middle of the season since they have made only one signing this summer.

TransferMarkt currently values Adama Traore at £27 million and if Wolves really do sell him in January then the winger should be available in a similar price bracket as well.

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