It appears that, finally, Antonio Conte could be getting his first signing at Tottenham.
That comes from Calciomercato, who claim Spurs are edging ever closer to securing Adama Traoré from Wolverhampton Wanderers.
The website claim the Italian manager ‘could soon be satisfied ‘ with one of the requests he put forward ‘in recent days’ during a ‘meeting with Tottenham president Daniel Levy and director of football Fabio Paratici’.
This comes after Traoré has seen his game time reduced of late under Bruno Lage, not starting in the last three Premier League games for Wolves, with his last feature in the first XI coming during the 1-0 win against Brighton back in mid-December.
Perhaps that’s why Calciomercato report Wolves have ‘opened on the departure’ of the winger, with Spurs waiting in the shadows, ‘ready to sink the blow by presenting a concrete offer’ for the Spaniard.
Traoré has made 22 appearances in all competitions for Wolverhampton Wanderers this season, scoring one goal, which came in his last outing against Southampton.