Tottenham have reportedly had a £15m bid for Liverpool-linked Adama Traore turned down by Wolves.
This comes from BBC Sport, with the reputable broadcaster claiming that Antonio Conte has designs to utilise the Spaniard in a similar manner to how Victor Moses was deployed (as a wing-back) during his Chelsea days.
The Reds were said to remain interested in the La Masia graduate, with Jurgen Klopp known to be a fan of the attacker.
Given that Bruno Lage’s men paid more to acquire the wide man from Middlesborough back in the summer of 2018, their reluctance to accept such a meagre offer is certainly understandable.
Of course, with a contract set to expire in the summer of 2023, the West Midlands-based outfit risk being forced to sell the 25-year-old for a cut-price fee in order to avoid a significant drop in value come the next January transfer window.
As far as we at the Empire of the Kop are concerned, we can’t see Liverpool helping Wolves out with a bidding war at this stage in the campaign and we’d highly doubt that Traore’s high up on the prospective shortlist for the summer window.