Adama Traore’s comments that will infuriate Wolves fans amid discussions in Liverpool

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Adama Traoré should wait for Nuno Espirito Santo to leave the wolves – then follow him. This is the opinion of BBC specialist Garth Crooks, who continued his program to get Traoré Molineux out.

The Wolves winger is arguably the fittest player in the Premier League after hitting the ground after the three-month suspension.

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In the opening game pair, Traoré helped himself with two assists, with Raul Jimenez nodding in both goals.

The scammers criticized Nuno for throwing the Spaniard on the bench against West Ham, saying he was trying to “hide” him amid ties to Liverpool.

Jurgen Klopp is said to be a passionate admirer of Traore, claims in Spain suggesting that they have opened talks.

And Crooks, in his article on the team of the week, said he should follow Nuno to a “bigger club” if he leaves the Wolves.

“I just can’t leave him out of my team at the moment,” he said. “He was exceptional against West Ham and even more devastating against Bournemouth. This time, Nuno Espirito Santo did not leave his best player on the bench by wiggling his thumbs.

“Instead, he gave her the Molineux scene and he was the one who directed the show. Adama Traoré plays the football of his life and the next decision he will have to make may be the most important in his life. Does he stay with the Wolves or listen to the openings of clubs desperate to buy it?

“I would wait until Nuno moved to a bigger club and followed him.”

Nuno is expected to sign a new deal with the Wolves, with only one year remaining on his current contract, he said, talks will continue now that the season has started again.



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