Wolves manager Nuno Espirito Santo admits that he has no idea if Adama Traore is going to leave the club this summer. Liverpool is accounted for to have been connected to a winger move that conveyed another noteworthy performance on Sunday against West Ham.
In the final third, Traore offered a token of his energizing combination of speed, quality, and quality when he came on as a second-half replacement to set late goals for Raul Jimenez and Pedro Neto in Wolves’ 2-0 victory at London Stadium.
Next up for Wolves is Wednesday night ‘s visit to Bournemouth.
When asked if the 24-year-old will in any case be at the following season at Molineux, Nuno said: “I don’t have the foggiest idea. He’s here now, and he’s trained well today, and he’s ready to go [play] tomorrow. It’s no speculation step by step, and simply center around what we have to do and prepare for Bournemouth.”
Traore has constructed a reputation as an impact replacement however the previous Barcelona trainee is squeezing hard towards Bournemouth for a starting spot, while Nuno declined to be drawn on his team determination.
Nuno said: “He has to continue working. Adama is a special player, he ‘s one of a kind and I think he already has an impact on the game when he’s on the pitch. Obviously, he has activities better, and then our choice is the manner by which we use players and manage the team in the game plan and the occasion. After a quarter of a year of activity, the force and second we are in, we have a lot of things to decide on and attempt to make the correct choices.”
Wolves will face a Bournemouth side that battled back into action against Crystal Palace toward the end of the week, with the 2-0 misfortune at Vitality Stadium marking the fourth setback for Eddie Howe’s relegation-threatened team in the last five Premier League games.
Nuno still awaits a tough test for his side, however.
He said: “Bournemouth is a decent team. It’s a team that plays great football and has a fantastic manager and generally excellent players. The games are so tough and anybody can perceive what’s happening to Bournemouth. Bobbing back from a bad run is exceptionally troublesome however I have all the regard and admiration for Bournemouth.”