The Merseyside giants are set to step up their attempts to sign Adama Traore from Wolves next summer. The move could be designed to bring in a new forward to an already formidable-looking Liverpool’s front-line. The Reds have been looking for a top draw attacker to give the German manager a different option to his current set of footballers.
Ismaila Sarr has been linked with the Reds in the last few years, but Liverpool have refused to meet his ever-increasing price tag. While the Reds want an excellent footballer, they are also mindful of the fee attached. Spain international is the footballer they are prepared to step up their efforts for.
Traore stays in an impasse with Wolves over a new contract, as it seems increasingly likely he’ll leave the club next summer. Adama has proved his importance under Bruno Lage at Wolves, meaning a winter departure looks unlikely.
After being released from Barcelona under the ill-fated reign of Jose Maria Bartomeu, Adama has proved it was a wrong decision from the Blaugrana. Since then, the 25-year-old winger has had spells in the PL with Aston Villa, Middlesbrough and Wolves, while also growing in his role within the Spanish national side.
At 25 years of age, the Spanish winger could be ready to move to a proper big club, and the Reds might be the perfect destination. Traore is reportedly attracted by the prospect of playing at Liverpool and their attacking style of football, which might suit him.