According to a report from AS, Tottenham Hotspur have already agreed a final price with Wolves for the transfer of winger Adama Traore.
However, it is not all good news for the North London side, as the same report reveals that negotiations have now stalled and the deal could collapse. This is said to be over a disagreement on how the deal is formatted.
Tottenham reportedly want to sign Traore on loan for a season before paying an obligatory £39m for him next summer. However, Wolves would prefer a normal transfer for the same fee.
There is apparently a worry that the whole deal could collapse due to this difference in opinion, with a middle ground needed. However, with six days left of the window, AS also state that ‘anything can happen’.
This comes after Traore impressed against Spurs at the weekend, causing nightmares for the likes of Japhet Tanganga and Davinson Sanchez.
Spurs Web Opinion:
I’m sure the deal would not collapse based on whether Spurs buy him this summer or next, especially with only six days left in the window. Wolves know they will get more money for him that way, rather than waiting for his contract to tick down.
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