Duncan Castles has said that reported Leeds United target Adama Traore is very much up for sale this summer on the Transfer Window Podcast.
EuroSport claim that Leeds are likely to bid for Traore in the coming months, and it seems that if Wolves are presented with a big offer then they could be open to selling him.
Wolves are looking to raise funds, with their owners not wanting to balance the books more before the new season.
And Castles said: “I’m hearing it’s not just Pedro Neto who is being made available for sale, it’s also Ruben Neves and Adama Traore.
“[They are] essentially the three most sellable and valuable talents in Wolves’ squad at present, excluding Raul Jimenez.
“Adama is 25, he is contracted until 2023. They want to sell at least one of those for a substantial fee, perhaps more than one, and then reinvest and freshen up the squad.”
The news offers hope to Leeds that a transfer for the Spanish international could be possible.
Traore certainly would be an appealing addition to Leeds’ squad, despite this difficulties this term.
The powerful wide-man has failed to score all season, but he still provides a constant threat with his dribbling ability.
And with Leeds already being one of the most dangerous teams on the counter attack, the potential addition of Traore has to be considered scary for the rest of the Premier League.