For a few seasons now, Liverpool have somewhat lacked squad depth across their forward line. Therefore, they may look to bolster their attacking options in the approaching transfer window.
Adama Traore has often been linked with the Reds and, according to El Gol Digital, a deal could finally be on the cards.
The 25-year-old winger joined Wolves in 2018, following stints at Barcelona, Aston Villa and Middlesbrough. He has played 104 games in all competitions for Nuno Espirito Santo's side, with seven goals and ten assists to his name.
He is also one of the best dribblers in world football, falling into the 99th percentile for dribbles completed per 90 (5.68) and the 96th percentile for progressive carries (9.79) - via FBref.com.
Moreover, in the Premier League, he has the fourth most fouls drawn (62), sixth most crosses (87) and ninth most carries into the final third (64).
Judging by these figures, he would add a further dimension to Liverpool's already stellar offensive artillery.
However, he is yet to record a single goal contribution this season, which begs the question: is he actually worth signing?
Ongoing rumours suggest Jurgen Klopp's distinguished front three could part ways this summer. Could the Spanish forward realistically provide the same offensive output as someone like Mohamed Salah, who is constantly linked with a move to Spain?
It is important to mention that at LFC Transfer Room, we report transfer speculation rather than necessarily pass it off as true.
If these rumours were accurate, would you take him at Anfield, Reds?