Adama Traore has been advised by his former Manager Tony Pulis to focus on Wolverhampton Wanderers and the Spanish national side rather than a transfer.
Adama Traore has failed once with a top side. He was deemed surplus to requirements at Barcelona after progressing as far as their B team.
After spells with the likes of Middlesborough and Aston Villa, the muscular winger settled at Wolves.
He has thrived under Nuno Espirito Santo.
Tony Pulis who was Traore’s boss at Middlesborough is glad to see him doing well but would rather he stayed where he is successful than make a possible move to where he will not get the opportunity he has at Wolves.
In an interview reported by Goal Pulis said:
“I think Adama always had the ability to play.”
“The big thing was his confidence.”
“His pace and balance was just extraordinary.”
“He’s gone to Wolves.”
“He went to the right club, stepped up and murdered it.”
“I think he can only get better. His temperament and personality is first class.”
“His next step, I speak to him now and then, his next step is to get a place in the Spanish side.”
“I’ll be quite content for him, and I said this to him, to settle down. He seems happy at Wolves.”
“He’s playing under a manager that’s confident with him and gives the respect Adama needs.”
“But Adama’s big challenge is seeing if he can get a place in the Spanish team and keep it.”
It’s not hard to see why Traore is just so sought after.