The Spain international, who was a member of Luis Enrique’s Euro 2020 squad, has been linked with the likes of Chelsea this summer.
New Tottenham Hotspur head coach Nuno Espirito Santo – who left Wolves by mutual consent at the end of last season – may also make a move for Traore.
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Nuno sanctioned the winger’s switch from Championship side Middlesbrough in 2018 and, having worked closely with the lightning quick winger for three years, he may be keen to reunite with the Spaniard.
However, Traore still has two years remaining on his £43,000-per-week contract at Molineux, so Wolves will be in a strong negotiating position should any clubs firm up their interest.
Lage, who has succeeded Nuno as Wolves’ head coach, has been keen to bolster his squad and has made two signings, including Barcelona winger Francisco Trincão on a loan deal which could be made permanent at the end of the season.
It is not known whether that will have an impact on Traore’s future at the club, but Wolves’ all-time record goalscorer has urged Lage to see the 25-year-old in action before possibly sanctioning a move.
Bull exclusively told TIF: “I wouldn’t like to see Traore go yet. I want Lage to see how the season starts and then assess whether we need him. After making that call, he can tell clubs like Chelsea whether they can have him.”