Traore initially took time to settle at Wolves and has spent the majority of his first season on Nuno Espirito Santo’s bench, but he has been a revelation in his second.
Traore form in 2019/20 fact, the £18million fee Wolves paid Middlesbrough look like a snip, and the club are guaranteed to make a profit from the interest stated amount to more.
Nuno bluntly told reporters that Traore does not want to leave in January and it was as good as his word.
The wolves are in a very strong position financially under Chinese owners of Fosun and the resources to hang Traore again in the summer window.
As always, there are no guarantees in football, but if Traore is to leave the Wolves, he will be on club terms.
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