Wolverhampton Wanderers winger Adama Traore has reportedly been listed by Leeds United as a possible transfer option. Although Wolves are eager for Traore to extend his contract after the end of the 2022-23 campaign, decreased game time has led to the continuing assessment of his options by Spain internationally.
The problem is said to be causing problems at Molineux behind the scenes at a time when the price tag of Traore is arguably lower than what it was in the summer.
Leeds is tracking the situation according to 90 minutes, as they decide whether to launch an approach for the 24-year-old. The study indicates that the giants of Yorkshire are due to obtain a cash injection from the owners of the 49ers of San Francisco, who are willing to raise their interest in the team.
Football director Victor Orta has close relations with Traore as well, having signed the player during his time at Middlesbrough.