Wolves winger Adama Traore is a “top-four” player, says Express & Star journalist Luke Hatfield.
Traore has been heavily linked with a move away from Molineux this summer, with some big clubs said to be interested.
That includes Liverpool, who have made an approach for the 25-year-old, according to a report from Football Insider earlier this month.
Is Traore good enough for a top-four club?
Even so, Hatfield believes the Spaniard is good enough to play for a side like Liverpool or Chelsea, who have also been credited with an interest, per The Athletic.
“In terms of destination, it’s a strange one because at his best he is a top-four player,” Hatfield told TIF. “I think at his very best, he can be that kind of player. But when he’s not, he tends to struggle and can go in and out of games.”
A struggling Traore is the one Wolves fans often saw in the previous campaign, his numbers showing as much.
Still, like Hatfield, it seems top-four clubs, such as Liverpool and Chelsea, do think the Spain international is capable of playing at that level as they continue to maintain an interest.