Wolves should be looking forward to the upcoming Premier League season, and that has only been heightened by the arrival of some top names, including Rui Patricio.
However, they must sign winger Adama Traore if they want that excitement to be enhanced further, after the Sun reported they are interested in his services – although are said face a fight from Huddersfield.
The 22-year-old is the missing piece in Wolves’ jigsaw, and his arrival will surely help them achieve their Premier League ambitions along with the signings they have already acquired.
The youngster started his career at Barcelona, and has since joined Middlesbrough, where he helped guide them to a fifth place play-off spot, where they lost in the semi-final.
Selling Traore may seem like an illogical move to make for Boro, especially as they eye promotion for next season – but the lure of Premier League football will be highly attractive to the player himself.
The Spaniard is a fresh, young talent, and deserves to be playing top-flight football, which is warranted by his assist tally, which stands at 12 for last season.
Wolves are currently lacking in the attacking department, and his arrival would ease the problems they currently have in that area.
The newly-promoted club also lacks pace up front, and Traore’s lightning fast speed should easily put those problems to bed – and at 22, he is only going to get better.
Middlesbrough boss Tony Pulis is said to be willing to sell the attacker in order to increase the club’s own transfer fund ahead of their promotion push, so now is no better time to snap Traore up – and Wolves must act quickly to fend off Huddersfield.