The Catalan media continue naming Leeds United as one of the main contenders in the race for Wolverhampton Wanderers star Adama Traoré.
The news once again comes from outlet Sport today, who have a piece on the player’s future. They say he’s worried about his form and the possibility of being left out of Spain’s Euro squad this year, and could leave Wolves due to that.
Leeds are named along with Liverpool and Manchester City in the race, with the report pointing out that the Whites had already showed up a few weeks ago.
It’s said Marcelo Bielsa would be ‘delighted’ to have one of the ‘most decisive and unbalancing players in the Premier League’.
Sport claims that Wolves would like to renew Traoré’s contract at the club, with Nuno Espírito Santo insisting on it, but that doesn’t seem to be the player’s wish.
So in case of selling him, the Molineux side would demand at least €40m. The story, however, doesn’t say how much Leeds would be able to pay in the January transfer window.
The Whites’ interest in Traoré had already been reported by Sport last week.