West Ham are reportedly contemplating making a £10m transfer to signal Adama Traore from Wolves.
David Moyes is known to have expressed his curiosity in signing Traore again in January earlier than the Spaniard went on mortgage to Barcelona for the second half of the 2021-22 marketing campaign and having missed out then, the Hammers boss might now look to usher in the Wolves winger this summer season.
Nevertheless, West Ham might face competitors from Everton who have been informed by Wolves that they may settle for a £10m bid for Traore studies Football Insider. Bruno Lage’s aspect are keen to money in on the Spaniard with 12 months remaining on his contract and it’s the sole motive for the 26-year-old being so low cost.
Everton’s director of soccer Kevin Thelwell is a giant admirer of Traore and lured him to Wolves as a club-record signing in 2018. He’s now making an attempt to do it once more however will discover it slightly tougher because the Spaniard has loftier ambitions.
Soccer Insider states that Traore is hopeful of securing a transfer to a top-four Premier League membership and goes to carry out for elite-club curiosity earlier than deciding on Everton.
That curiosity is unlikely to return for the 26-year-old as he merely hasn’t been adequate to warrant it over the past two seasons. Due to this fact, West Ham might be in with an ideal likelihood of signing Traore contemplating they may compete in Europe once more subsequent season.