Wolves braced for Adama Traore transfer approach from Tottenham this month if Harry Kane quits boyhood club

TOTTENHAM will make an approach for Wolves star Adama Traore if Harry Kane leaves the club, according to reports.

The Spanish winger enjoyed considerable success under new Spurs boss Nuno Espirito Santo during his time at Molineux.

According to the Daily Mail, Wolves are bracing themselves for an offer from Tottenham for Traore if Kane joins Manchester City.

Kane, 28, has been linked with City for weeks and Spurs can expect a windfall of around £150million if the deal goes through.

Traore, 25, has flourished at Wolves since joining the club in August 2018 – and much of that has to do with his former coach Nuno.

The winger struggled to show his best before moving to Wolves, enduring tricky spells at Barcelona, Aston Villa and Middlesbrough.

Traore is now one of the brightest talents in the Prem and a six-cap Spain international, earning a place in Luis Enrique's squad for Euro 2020.

The Wolves ace has two years left on his existing deal and is thought to be valued at £45m – around a third of what Spurs could receive for Kane.

The West Midlands side are reportedly willing to cash in on Traore due to his contract, with Leeds and Chelsea also believed to be interested.

Liverpool have also been linked with the player in recent weeks having signed fellow Wolves star Diogo Jota in September 2020.

New Wolves boss Bruno Lage is thought to be after a centre-back, centre-midfielder and forward before the transfer window shuts.

Traore's current employers are reportedly interested in Fiorentina defender Nikola Milenkovic, who's also been linked with Spurs.

And, as exclusively revealed by SunSport, Wolves are in advanced talks to sign Olympiacos defender and convicted criminal Ruben Semedo.


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