The Evening Standard have revealed that Wolves are not eager to let Tottenham target Adama Traore leave the club in January.
It has emerged over recent days that Antonio Conte has asked Tottenham to snap up Traore this month, with the Italian said to view the Wolves man as a perfect fit for the right-wing-back role in his system.
Some sources have claimed that Bruno Lage is keen to make at least three additions to his squad this month and that Wolves would be willing to cash in on Traore to help fund those purchases.
It has been suggested that the West Midlands club could let the wide man, who has 18 months left on his contract, leave for just £20m, with West Ham also said to be showing interest in the 25-year-old.
However, The Evening Standard have now contradicted that claim, stating that Wolves are not keen on letting Traore leave mid-season.
The report adds that Bruno Lage’s side would demand a ‘significant fee’ if Spurs come calling for the Spaniard this month.
Spurs Web Opinion
I cannot see Wolves asking for more than £30m for Traore given his contract situation. They would likely have to sell him for £10m-£15m in the summer as he would just have a year left on his contract at that point.
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