As the world of football continues to be on hold while the rest of the globe tackles the Covid-19 pandemic, some players are unsure as to what their future holds.
Many players’ contracts are due to expire in the summer, while others, who could have earned themselves a move to a big club, might have to stay where they are for an extra season.
One of those could be Wolverhampton Wanderers’s Adama Traoré, who was having a terrific campaign under Nuno Espírito Santo at Molineux, and who, in normal conditions, could have left for a good price.
However, as his agent, Rodri Baster, pointed out to EFE, the current situation, with the Covid-19 crisis holding everything up, is making such deals difficult.
He said: “I can’t talk about contractual situations because it’s a private matter, but Adama was having a good season, and with his age, conditions and the fact he’s a very appealing player, there would have been a market for him, no doubt about it.
“We have to hope for the situation to normalise itself and hope that it won’t affect him this summer”.
Clubs such as Arsenal and Real Madrid were sporadically being linked with an interest in the winger, but with Wolverhampton having to wait like everybody else, we doubt they’ll be willing to do any business for the 24-year-old anytime soon.
Prior to the postponement of all football competitions in England, Traoré had made 43 appearances in all competitions for Wolves, scoring six goals and picking up 10 assists.