The former Tottenham Hotspur and West Bromwich Albion forward believes that Traore is “playing the football of his life”, and has suggested that he has a big decision to make regarding his future.
Crooks has suggested that the former Aston Villa winger should wait for his Wolves manager Nuno to move to a bigger club and follow him.
The Mirror reported earlier this month that Liverpool are interested in the former Barcelona prospect and have already enquired about the 24-year-old winger.
Crooks has also praised Liverpool midfielder Fabinho for his contribution to the Reds winning the Premier League title this season.
Crooks wrote on BBC Sport: “Adama Traore is playing the football of his life and the next decision he has to make may be the biggest one of his life.
“Does he stay at Wolves or listen to the overtures of clubs now desperate to buy him? I would wait for Nuno to move to a bigger club and follow him.”
Crooks added about Fabinho: “Fabinho is one of Liverpool’s great unsung heroes in one of their greatest seasons and follows in the footsteps of legends like Ian Callaghan and Jimmy Case.
“Liverpool had won everything there is to win in the game but never a Premier League title. The Brazilian is to Liverpool what Fernandinho is to Manchester City. They are happiest doing the most difficult jobs and getting the least praise.”
Liverpool transfer this summer?
Traore is one of the best wingers in the Premier League, and the Spaniard would be a brilliant signing for Liverpool and would make them even stronger than they are at the moment.
However, if Wolves finish in the Champions League places this season, then the former Middlesbrough winger may not think about leaving the Wanderers this summer.
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