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Tottenham and Leeds remain interested in ‘unbelievably quick’ Premier League star
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Tottenham and Leeds remain interested in ‘unbelievably quick’ Premier League star

Tottenham Hotspur and Leeds United both remain interested in Wolves winger Adama Traore, with journalist Dean Jones refusing to rule out a January move. 

Both Jesse Marsch and Antonio Conte will be eager to add some fresh faces to their ranks before the window closes. 

Leeds have already signed a new forward in Georginio Rutter and bolstered their defence by bringing in Maximilian Wober, while Spurs are yet to do any business since the window opened. 

The two Premier League sides have both been long-linked with a possible move for Traore, with Tottenham even coming close to signing him this time last year. 

And it seems that Leeds and Spurs remain interested in the Wolves star, with his current deal set to expire at the end of the season. 

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Tottenham and Leeds interested in Traore 

Jones provided GiveMeSport with an update on Traore’s future and didn’t rule out the possibility of the Spaniard leaving Molineux this month. 

“In terms of Adama Traore, it’s looking to me that he’ll probably see out the rest of the season at Wolves and take things from there,” the transfer insider said. 

“But I think both Leeds and Tottenham will keep an eye on his situation just in case Wolves do make signings this month that impacts him.

“The feeling at the moment is that he’ll stay but again, that can change.”

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Wolves have certainly been busy in the window so far as they aim to provide their new boss, Julen Lopetegui, with the necessary tools to stay in the Premier League. 

If the Spaniard is happy with his squad depth, it could mean that Wolves decide to cash-in on Traore before he is able to leave for free at the end of the season. 

Both Marsch and Conte are in need of attacking reinforcements, but Traore might not be the answer for either side. 

He’s an ‘unbelievably quick’ player who can cause opposition defences nightmares due to his direct running. But he has always lacked end product in the final third and can be a frustrating player to watch at times. 

That being said, if he is available for a cut-price, then he could provide a decent option for both managers.

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