Adama Traore is the subject of fresh interest from Leeds United, with his future at Wolverhampton Wanderers uncertain ahead of the January transfer window.
Traore, who impressed in the Premier League last season, is yet to put pen to paper on a new contract at Molineux - despite a deal being close at one stage - and is struggling for form so far this term. He has failed to register a goal or assist in 15 total appearances in all competitions.
90min revealed in November that Wolves were becoming increasingly annoyed when Traore hadn’t put pen to paper on an extension. The club believed that a deal had been all but agreed and that only minor details were left to iron out, but as it stands talks have completely stalled.
Traore is eager to play first-team football as there is still a strong chance he could be included in Spain’s squad for the delayed European Championships next summer, having been called up for both the October and November international break in recent months.
90min has learned that Traore is now considering leaving Wolves to make sure he is getting regular action, and becoming a key player at Leeds could be an ideal solution for him.