Wolves star Adama Traore 'wanted by Italian giants Juventus this year'

Wolves star Adama Traore ‘wanted by Juventus who could offer goalkeeper Mattia Perin with defenders Daniele Rugani and Cristian Romero in exchange for tricky winger’

  • Wolves winger Adama Traore is a major target for Italian side Juventus this year
  • The winger is also being targeted by Bayern Munich and Manchester City
  • Juventus are not willing to meet Traore’s valuation of around €80million
  • The Old Lady are open to offering up to three players in exchange for Traore 

Wolves’ Adama Traore is a main target for Juventus, with the Serie A club willing to offer up to three players in exchange for the forward. 

Traore has had a stellar season in the Premier League this year, scoring four goals and registering nine assists so far this season as Nuno Espirito Santo’s side look set to secure back-to-back seasons in European club football.

And the reigning Serie A champions have identified the Spanish international as a top target this summer, according to various reports.

Wolves winger Adama Traore is wanted by Italian giants and Serie A champions-elect Juventus

According to Sport Mediaset, Traorè, who possesses great trickery and frightening pace, is also being looked at by Barcelona and Manchester City this summer. 

While Wolves’ asking price is set to be around the €80million mark, ESPN say that the Agnelli family who own the Serie A giants are not able to pay that amount.

As a result, the Old Lady are willing to offer up to three current members of the Juventus squad in a money-plus-player deal this summer.

The players Juventus are willing to part with are believed to be goalkeeper Mattia Perin as well as defensive duo Daniele Rugani and Cristian Romero, who is on loan at Serie A side Genoa.

Traore is valued at €80million but Juve want to use goalkeeper Mattia Perin as part of the deal


Defenders Daniele Rugani (left) and Cristian Romero (right) could also be offered in the deal

Traore has been in electric form for Wolves this season in their bid to secure European football

Meanwhile, Italian defender Rugani has been on Wolves’ radar before, having been subject to interest from the Molineux club and European rivals Arsenal over the past 12 to 18 months. 

The arrival of Traore at Juventus would be the Old Lady’s second arrival of the summer transfer window after securing Barcelona midfielder Arthur for €72million, in a deal which saw Miralem Pjanic move in the opposite direction.

Traore has been at Wolves for two years having joined from Middlesborough for £18million. 

Before joining the north East club he was at Aston Villa, having begun his professional career at Barcelona. He made his La Liga debut  alongside Lionel Messi in the 2014/2015 season, where he played four games and scoring once.




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