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Wolves set price for Man City target - winger 'will not be sold easily'

Wolves have set a minimum price of €150 million for Manchester City target Adama Traore, according to Duncan Castles on the Transfer Podcast.

Wolves have set a minimum price of €150 million for Manchester City target Adama Traore, according to Duncan Castles on the Transfer Podcast.

The 24-year-old has caught the eye of Manchester City chiefs after a standout season at the Molineux. However, the owners of Wolves, Fosun International, have stated that only a bid of around €150 million would tempt them into selling the winger.

Initially, Traore struggled to settle in England; when in his first season, he failed to score a goal, earning himself the reputation of having poor final output.

But this season, Traore has been virtually unplayable for Wolves, scoring five goals and providing ten assists; three of them goals coming against City.

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With the departure of Leroy Sané seemingly edging closer, Traore could be the Germans potential replacement.

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