Manchester United Join Liverpool, Man City In Race To Wolves Star Adama Traore

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Manchester United have shown interest Wolves winger Adama Traore ahead of the summer transfer window, MySportDab reports. 

The Red Devils have made Adama Traore a key summer transfer target, but they face competition from three Premier League rivals to sign the talented winger.

Traore has been impressive this season for Wolves and has six goals and 10 assists in 43 matches across all competitions.

His shocking speed and physical strength have made it a nightmare for anyone to defend against him this season.

According to French Newspaper Le10sport, Manchester United are ready to go up against Liverpool, Manchester City and Bayern Munich to sign the 24-year-old.

Adama Traore’s contract at Wolves expires in 2023.

However, his agent, Rodri Baster, believes Traore’s performances this season means clubs will show more interest to sign him this summer.

“I can’t talk about much about this because it’s a private topic,” Baster told Spanish Brand EFE.

“But Adama is having a good season, and with his age, conditions and the fact he’s a very expressive player, there would be clubs interested in him, no doubt.

“We have to hope for the best and hope this crisis won’t affect him.”

Adama Traore is a Barcelona academy graduate and almost signed for Liverpool in 2015..

MySportDab understands Liverpool refused to sign the youngster and he ended up playing for Aston Villa instead.

After some time at Aston Villa, he played for two years at Middlesborough before moving to Wolves in 2018, when they paid his £18million release clause.

Traore helped Wolves secure promotion from the Championship into the Premier League.

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