Traore’s future at Molineux remains in doubt as he continues to be linked with a move away this summer.
Is Traore worth £70m?
This is quite a drop off from the £80m valuation the Midlands club were once said to have placed.
As for Windass, his valuation is much closer to that £80m than the £20m mentioned by Law.
When asked if he thought Traore was in the £60-70m bracket, the ex-Hull City star told TIF:
“Yeah, I think so. Tony Pulis said he’d go for 100 million one day, didn’t he? Not quite there yet I don’t think about the 100 million, but in today’s market, that [£70m] would be a pretty fair offer I think.”
With two years to run on his contract, Wolves may be tempted to cash in on Traore this summer.
However, with new Wolves manager Bruno Lage possibly set to use a 4-4-2 formation, his preferred system, you cannot help but feel that the Spain international could really thrive as a traditional wide man at Molineux this upcoming season.
His dribbling numbers are really good (per WhoScored), so a role hugging that touchline could be perfect for him.