Football website 90Min claim Adama Traore is keen on a move to Tottenham Hotspur this summer ahead of Thursday’s deadline from Wolves – with the player’s contract expiring next summer. Everton and Chelsea are also interested.

Traore, 26, has returned to Wolves after a loan spell back at boyhood club Barcelona. Spending the second half of last season at the Nou Camp, he failed to score a single goal in 17 appearances. But he did lay on four assists in that time.

He has entered the final 12 months of his contract at Molineux. He has only featured in two of Wolves’ four Premier League games so far, coming on as a sub against Fulham and Tottenham. Traore was an unused sub against Newcastle.

Reports claim that Wolves would be willing to sell Traore for just £10million. Everton, Chelsea and Tottenham are all said to be looking at the Spain international. Now, 90Min claim that Traore would like to move to North London.

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Traore keen on Tottenham move despite Everton and Chelsea interest

Wolves desperately need to sell Traore. Clearly a player that is unneeded at Molineux, especially after the signing of Goncalo Guedes. Pedro Neto and Daniel Podence are also preferred on the flanks by manager Bruno Lage right now.

A move to Chelsea would arguably see him get more game time. Chelsea have numerous options on the flanks. But Christian Pulisic, Callum Hudson-Odoi and Hakim Ziyech could all go – and the club are in European football this term.

Everton might need a replacement for Anthony Gordon, and again, he would get more game time at Everton. Spurs have liked Traore for some time. But Richarlison, Dejan Kulusevski, Son Heung-min and Lucas Moura occupy the flanks.

Antonio Conte has said that if Tottenham sell one of their current first-teamers, then a replacement is needed. Bryan Gil is said to be closing in on a loan to Valencia. So, if Gil goes, perhaps Traore could be his fellow Spaniard’s replacement.

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