Premier League side Wolver Hampton Wanderers is set to lose winger Adama Traore in the summer with the player’s agent refusing to rule out a move.
A lot of transfers have been put on hold due to the ongoing coronavirus but according to the player’s agent Rodri Baster in an interview with EFE, the player’s form would fail to attract suitors.
“I cannot talk about contractual situations because it is part of the privacy, but Adama was having a good campaign, due to age, conditions and others, he is a very attractive player and in a normal situation he would have had a market without any doubt.
“We are going to hope that the situation will normalize and hopefully it will not affect him this summer,” Baster said.
Traore who joined Wolves in the summer of 2018 from Middleborough has been one of the most consistent performers for Wolves having scored four and assisted seven in 28 league games this season.
The player is attracting interest from FC Barcelona, Manchester City and Bayern Munich with his international allegiance still in question. The player featured for Spain in the youth ranks but have been wanted by Mali.