Adama Traore set to sign new deal to stay at Wolves

According to Tom Collomosse of The Daily Mail,Wolves winger Adama Traore is set to snub the services of Tottenham. He is said to be close to be signing a new deal worth £100,000 a week to stay in the west midlands.

The deal will see the winger become one of the highest earners at Molineux Stadium alongside Raul Jimenez and Joao Moutinho, both  on £100,000 a week.

Traore’s current deal with the club has 12 months left before it expires in the summer of 2023. Wolves do not want to run the risk of Traore becoming a free agent.

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Adama set to sign new deal at Wolves.

Deal will make him the one of the highest earners at Molineux

Adama Traore has become a footballing phenomenon due his big frame and rapid acceleration in big games. He was a key player for current Spurs boss Nuno Santos when Santos was the manager of Wolves last year.

Now under Wolves manager Bruno Lage, Traore has continued to terrorise Premier League defences with his unique skill-set.

The Spanish winger was left out of the team for Wolves’ 1-0 win at Southampton, but remains a key part of Lage’s plans going forward.

Spurs had no intentions of meeting Wolves’s £50million  asking price last summer and even rejected the idea of a loan deal, which would have then turned into a permanent deal at the end of the season.

Adama Traore’s career so far

Adama Traoré  was born on the 25th of January 1996. He began his career in the world famous Barcelona academy called La Masia. The academy has produced players like Xavi, Andres Iniesta, Lionel Messi and many others.

In 2015, he signed for Aston Villa, but left a year later to join Tony Pullis a Middlesbrough. He would then join before joining Wolverhampton Wanderers in August 2018.

Traoré made his Spain debut in 2020 after rejecting a chance to represent Mali at international level.

Traore has 24 goals and 52 assists in his senior football career.

WhoScored.com on Twitter: "🌪️ Adama Traore has completed at least one  dribble in each of his last 49 starts in the Premier League dating back to  May 2017 when he played for

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