According to the Daily Mail, Wolves will listen to offers for Adama Traore this summer, amid interest from Liverpool, Leeds and Manchester City.
The Daily Mail state that Wolves are willing to accept a lower fee than the £70 million they were demanding for the 25-year-old last summer.
Furthermore, the report claims that Wolves are likely to sell at least one key player this summer as Nuno Espirito Santo looks to reshape his squad.
Traore has struggled so far this season, after enjoying a phenomenal campaign last term.
Despite that, there are few players who can charge through defences like the former Barcelona man.
Even without recording goals or assists, he is a unique, valuable weapon to have.
The Daily Mail also mention that Leeds enquired for the Wolves No.37 in January, but were swiftly knocked back.
If Nuno wants cash to fund a squad overhaul, it would make sense to part ways with the in-demand Traore, in our view, seeing as his stock is still fairly high.