Adama Traoré enjoyed regular minutes at Wolverhampton Wanderers last season and finished the 2019/20 campaign with six goals and 12 assists in all competitions.
The winger’s performances for Wolves saw him being linked to clubs across the top five leagues, and he continues to be a reported transfer target for the likes of Juventus and Liverpool.
Nuno Espírito Santo’s attacker is yet to score or register an assist, and has started in only three league matches this season.
Traoré is represented by Promoesport and Calciomercato.it interviewed Graziano Battistini, the agency’s head in Italy. The agent has responded to recent rumours linking the Wolves player to top European clubs, including Juventus.
“If you ask me if he can be palatable in Italy, absolutely yes. A player of Traoré’s level can play anywhere, he can make a difference at any time and, obviously, economically requires a significant investment [to sign him],” Battistini said.
“It is difficult to talk about the transfer market, the effects of Covid-19 will unfortunately be heavy on football and soon the clubs will make themselves heard with the government.”
The Spain international’s current deal at Molineux runs until 2023, and although Battistini did admit “significant investment” is needed to take his client out of Wolves, he didn’t mention any figures.
Last month, reports coming out of Spain explained the Wanderers will be asking around €70m to let the 24-year-old leave the club.