Date: 7th July 2021 at 6:20pm
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On the latest episode of The Terrace’s The Done Deal Show, football journalist has been discussing all things -related. 

One name which the transfer insider discussed was Wolverhampton Wanderers’ as a potential target for United this summer.

Who should Leeds sign this summer?

Adama Traore

Adama Traore

The Spanish winger has been previously linked with a possible switch to the Yorkshire club in this transfer window, with funds believed to have been made available for a potential deal.

Traore struggled to hit his best form throughout the course of the 2020/21 season, which saw him hit the back of the net just twice in his 37 appearances (via Transfermarkt)

However, discussing a potential summer swoop by Leeds for the 25-year-old this summer, Jones had the following to say:

“I haven’t really heard anything on Adama to Chelsea, to be honest. I mean, I’ve always heard that he was likely to join Leeds, if anything.  

“Leeds have been chasing Adama for the best part of a year. They’ve got funds that they think could finance the deal.  

“They know that there are bigger clubs interested, but to be part of what [Marcelo] has done and part of a Leeds side that are trying to improve in areas of the field, Traore has come into the thinking for them.” 

TIF Thoughts on a potential Yorkshire move for Traore…

Leeds have been linked with a potential swoop for the £27m-rated Traore previously in the year. However, is he the best option for the Whites this summer?

Matheus Cunha of Hertha Berlin has also been linked with a possible move to Yorkshire this summer. The Brazilian produced better numbers than Traore in his respective league as he grabbed seven goals and six assists (via Transfermarkt).

According to Bild (via Sport Witness) Hertha’s managing director, Fredi Bobic, has already admitted Cunha can leave this summer if the right offer comes in – could Cunha prove a better fit for Leeds?

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