Report: Wolves reject Spurs loan bid for Adama Traore
Wolves have now turned down a bid from Spurs for Adama Traore with The Times reporting that Tottenham offered to take the winger on loan with an option to buy.
Adama looks set to be one of the names to keep an eye on in the final days of the transfer window. And it would appear that Nuno Espirito Santo is very keen to be reunited with the Spain international.
The Times reports that he is pushing for Spurs to bring him to North London. And now it seems that a first offer has now gone in.
According to The Times, Tottenham offered Wolves £5 million as a loan fee for Adama. The bid also included an option to buy.
However, Bruno Lage’s men have rejected the offer.
Interestingly, The Times adds that Wolves may be willing to consider an obligation to buy as they want a deal that paves the way to a guaranteed sale.
Adama Traore loan would be another outstanding deal from Spurs chief Fabio Paratici
Tottenham have been outstanding in the market this summer. In particular, the loan deals for the likes of Pierluigi Gollini and Cristian Romero look to be inspired.
So adding Adama on loan also would be another fantastic step in the right direction.
Spurs have had a glimpse of how dangerous he can be after their weekend win at Molineux.
And if they can bring him in on terms that mean that they do not need to pay a full transfer fee this summer, it could be another masterstroke from Fabio Paratici.
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