Wolves will listen to offers for Adama Traore at the end of the season but will probably have to accept a lower fee for the winger than they would have received last summer.
Traore, 25, was on the market last August after Wolves’ marathon campaign finally ended with a Europa League defeat by Sevilla and there was interest from former club Barcelona as well as Manchester City, but Wolves’ £70million asking price was deemed too high.
Sportsmail understands that Wolves are likely to sell at least one key player this summer as they reshape their squad under boss Nuno Espirito Santo.
Wolves will listen to offers for explosive Spanish winger Adama Traore at the end of the season
Nuno Espirito Santo’s squad is set to be reshaped this summer and Traore could leave the club
Romain Saiss could also move on — the defender is out of contract in the summer, though the club have the option to extend it by a year.
Although Traore still has admirers, he has struggled for form this term and has failed to register a goal or assist in 26 league appearances.
Leeds are thought to have enquired about him in January but were swiftly knocked back.
The Spain international is yet to score in 26 Premier League appearances so far this season
Wolves sold Diogo Jota to Liverpool for up to £45m and would be looking for a similar sum for Traore, who hopes to be in Spain’s squad for Euro 2020.
Wolves’ most attractive asset is Pedro Neto, who is having a superb season and has been heavily scouted.
But Neto signed a new five-year deal with a big pay rise earlier this season.