Manchester United ‘face competition from rivals City, Liverpool, Barcelona and Juventus for Adama Traore with Wolves demanding £90M’
- Manchester United are interested in signing Wolves star Adama Traore
- Wolves are demanding a fee of £90million for the talented Spain international
- Manchester City and Liverpool are among the others interested in Traore
- Barcelona and Juventus are also pursuing a deal for the highly-rated winger
Manchester United are interested in signing Wolves star Adama Traore but face stiff competition from a host of Europe’s biggest clubs.
Traore has tormented opposition defences in the Premier League and in Europe in recent seasons thanks to his incredible pace and ability on the counter-attack, and he has since attracted interest from many high-profile clubs.
Manchester United are interested in signing Adama Traore, who is valued at £90m by Wolves
In addition, Barcelona and Juventus are also pursuing the 24-year-old, who is renowned for his speed.
Wolves reportedly value Traore at £90million, and will hope that one of the aforementioned clubs will be willing to pay such a figure.
United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer would face much competition if he wants to sign Traore
Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City also have an interest in the highly rated Spain international
United are considering Traore as an alternative to Jadon Sancho after they found it difficult to finalise a deal for the winger in the summer, with Borussia Dortmund standing firm over their £108m valuation.
Traore’s directness and crossing could benefit United hugely and it is easy to see why there is so much interest in him.
Last season Traore scored four goals and provided nine assists in the Premier League.
Barcelona are interested in re-signing Traore, who was at the club between 2004 and 2013