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Tottenham Hotspur are chasing the signing of Adama Traore this month – and may actually end up offering Wolverhampton Wanderers a loan deal.

That’s according to The Telegraph, who claim that Tottenham are now hoping to convince Wolves into a loan deal.

Now, it’s not like Tottenham are expecting Wolves to hand over a key asset for a few months.

Tottenham are planning to include an obligation to buy in the deal, meaning. Traore would become a permanent Spurs player this summer.

Selling Steven Bergwijn could help fund a straight £20million cash deal, which is what Wolves allegedly want.

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Yet as things stand, Tottenham are prepared to chance their arm with a loan bid, hoping to benefit from Wolves’ uncertainty.

Traore is out of contract in 2023 and his value will naturally diminish the closer he gets to being a free agent.

Traore is allegedly keen on joining Tottenham this month, but it’s now up to the two clubs to find an agreement.

Tottenham seemingly don’t have huge cash to spend this month, which is why they’re having to think of creative ways to get Traore.

Traore, 25, has been in and out of Bruno Lage’s Wolves side this season, starting 10 league games with eight substitute appearances.

It seems Antonio Conte sees Traore as a wing back for Tottenham, which sounds bizarre.

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Traore is all about pace, power, attacking runs and silky dribbling, taking on full backs for fun in the final third.

That’s exactly why Jurgen Klopp called Traore ‘unplayable’.

Turning Traore into a wing back would mean a greater reliance on his defensive side, though you can imagine Conte wants him bombing forward.

Remember how Conte turned Victor Moses into a wing back? He seemingly wants to do the same with Traore at Tottenham.

Conte even had this plan back in 2017, targeting Traore for a move to Chelsea. Then starring at Middlesbrough, Traore was seen as a wing back by Conte.

Conte could finally get his man this month, but Tottenham are having to be creative with Wolves.

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