Traore started his career at the Nou Camp, but made just a handful of appearances before moving to the Premier League as teenager.
Following brief stints with both Aston Villa and Middlesbrough, the flying winger arrived at Wolves and has quickly made his name as one of the most dangerous players in England.
Is Adama Traore worth £100m?
However, whilst Traore is ranked as the second fastest player in the Premier League, his lack of goal contributions has often been his problem since arriving at Molineux.
Traore has scored just six times and provided 13 assists in almost 100 league outings for Wolves, although reports believe that he could be offloaded this summer to allow Nuno Espirito Santo to revamp his squad, with his potential sale a “priority”.
And Windass told This is Futbol that selling Traore would be a smart move from Wolves:
“When he left Middlesbrough, I remember Craig Hignett told me ‘watch this boy here, he’s a flying machine, but he just lacks that bit of quality’. Tony Pulis was at Sheffield Wednesday and said ‘this boy could go for £100m’.
“Someone in the top four would take him because of his pace – and with better players and a better coach, you would take him in a breath.
“I can see Wolves taking any bid for him to take raise funds for the football club, because the one thing for Wolves is to consolidate staying in the Premier League. It’ll be interesting to see where he could go.
“I agree with Tony Pulis, he’s 25-years-old, he could go for £100m. If he adds goals to his game, then your Real Madrid’s and Barcelona’s will come knocking.”