Leeds United is ready to splash a sum of £40m for Wolverhampton Wanderers winger Adama Traore.
The Marcelo Bielsa side having been tracing the Spaniard for a whole now according to Eurosport and they could make a move to bring him to Elland Road in the coming months.
The report states that Wolverhampton Wanderers value the player at around £80 million but Leeds will look to snap him up for half of that amount after having a mediocre season with Wolves and it is highly unlikely that any club will meet his valuation this summer.
There are fears that the 25-year-old occupies the same position as that of Brazilian winger Raphinha who has been outstanding for Leeds this past season and he is now a key player for Bielsa but the urge of having a squad depth is something that the club is looking at.
Apart from Leeds, Traore has been linked with a move to Spain with Barcelona said to have enquired about the player in January. A perfect Euro campaign might see clubs circle for his services but Wolves won't let him leave easily.
Traore is the latest Wolves player who is being linked with a move away from the club with a chunk of them said not to be happy with the departure of Nuno Espirito Santo. Other players at the club who have been linked with a move away include Ruben Neves, keeper Rui Patricio, and Pedro Neto.