Wolves are ready to accept offers of around £10 million for winger Adama Traore
According to Football Insider, the club are willing to sell the Spanish winger who currently has 12 months left on his contract with Everton in pole position.
Adama spent the second half of the season on loan at Spanish giants Barcelona, however, the Catalan side did not trigger his option to buy.
Everton’s director of football Kevin Thelwell is said to be an admirer on the winger, who helped Wolves sign him in a record breaking move from Middlesbrough back in 2018.
Despite Everton’s desire to land a move for the 26 year old, the article mentioned Traore was holding out for an elite level club to make an offer.
Traore is currently back at Wolves for the time being and flew out with the rest of the players out to Spain, for Wolves’ preseason tour.
Everton ‘confident’ of landing Morgan Gibbs-White
Everton are confident Wolves will accept their new offer, after their original £22.5 million bid was rejected according to Football Insider.
Everton manager Frank Lampard has a keen eye on the young man, who racked up an impressive 13 goals and ten assists in a superb loan spell at Sheffield United last season.
The Toffees are eager to make a significant move following the departure of Richarlison to Spurs for £60 million.
Gibbs-White has attracted attention from other Premier League clubs, such as Southampton, Crystal Palace and newly promoted Nottingham Forest.
The young midfielder still has two years left at his contract at Wolves and is part of the club’s preseason squad in Spain.
Wolves ‘interested’ in Edin Dzeko
According to Tutto Mercato, Wolves are reportedly among the clubs interested in Edin Dzeko.
Leicester, Everton and a host of Italian clubs are all said to be interested in the Inter forward.
The 36-year-old scored 13 league goals in Serie A last year.
Wolves youngster Nigel Lonwijk could complete potential move to Championship side.
According to our sources it is said that Nigel Lonwijk will complete a loan move to Rotherham United.
The 19-year-old who signed for the club in 2020 will be Wolves third player on loan in the Championship, alongside Ryan Giles and Dion Sanderson.
The young Dutch defender is still yet to make an appearance for the Wolves first team, however, hopefully he can get some valuable playing time under Paul Warne’s Millers.