At this time of the year, we normally see rumours about moves that clubs are planning to make for the January transfer window.

But some media outlets risk taking longer shots, which is the case of Calcio Mercato Web talking about AS Roma’s plans today.

They say the Serie A side have been keeping an eye on Adama Traoré at Wolverhampton Wanderers, and could try to get him in the summer of 2020.

Roma don’t even know who their manager will be by then, and that’s why they would first have to see if Traoré would fit the tactical system, the report says.

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But the club have the idea of bringing him in, and believe that something between €20m and €25m would be enough to take the player from Wolves.

Traoré has started most of Wolves’ matches this season and already has 12 appearances. So we really wonder if that would be enough to sign the 23-year-old in case Nuno Espírito Santo continues to make use of him.