Man United join the race to sign 24-year-old Spanish forward

Man United reportedly face contest from four different teams in the battle to sign Wolves winger Adama Traore. The Spanish forward has established himself as one of the PL’s most feared wingers having terrorised defences under Nuno Espirito Santo.

And while he is yet to score or provide an assist in his six games this campaign, Traore has no shortage of suitors. The Norwegian manager is vying to bring him to Man United. Man United are looking at alternatives to Jadon Sancho having failed to prise him away from Borussia Dortmund in the summer.

But they are not the only English club to be keen on landing Adama. Both Man City and Liverpool also understood to be interested in the 24-year-old star. And it has been claimed that Serie A side Juventus are monitoring his progress, though it is unlikely he will be plying his trade in Turin.

The Red Devils biggest competitors are believed to be Spain international’s former employers Blaugrana who he left in 2015 to join Aston Villa. Any club wishing to add Adama must stump up a whopping £90m, with Wolverhampton desperate to keep hold of their prized asset.

A £100,000-a-week double-your-money, the four-year deal is said to be on the table for the footballer. Adama is just two years into a five-year deal after joining from Boro in 2018 for £22m. He has yet to pen that deal and is only two years into a five-year deal after joining from Middlesbrough in 2018 for £22m.