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Wolves winger Adama Traore on loan to Galatasaray

The former Real Madrid and Everton star James Rodriguez is one, and Wolves’ Traore is the other. According to Fanatik, Gala officials are interested in two players. The club has identified the Spain international as a potential late addition to their squad, according to Fanatik. AMA/Getty Images photo by Sam Bagnall AMA/Getty Images photo by James Williamson Adama Traore on loan to Galatasaray is not going to happen. With the Turkish transfer window still open, Galatasaray are reportedly interested in loaning Wolves winger Adama Traore. Other clubs, however, were never truly interested in signing him. They recently completed a loan deal for striker Mauro Icardi, but they are looking to add to their attacking options. Gala are said to be interested in signing the 26-year-old on loan, which is a rather bold claim. Wolves were expected to sell Traore earlier this summer, as his contract at Molineux expires next summer. Traore is a target for Galatasaray after a brilliant performance for Barcelona against them in March. Wolves have kept hold of the £18 million star, and he has yet to make a Premier League start in 2022/23. Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur have both expressed an interest. Traore faced them in the Europa League and had a dribble success rate of 87.5% (7/8), with Barcelona’s official website describing him as having “flashes of brilliance” and “fans on their feet every time he came near the ball.” Photo by Jack Thomas – WWFC/Wolves, licensed through Getty Images Traore will not be loaned to Galatasaray by Wolves. However, the UK transfer window has now closed, and Wanderers would be unable to replace him adequately. Wolves’ decision to loan Traore to Barcelona in January was unusual, but this would surpass that decision. Traore may not be on the team right now, but he’ll play an important role as the season progresses. So even selling is out of the question. According to journalist Liam Keen, the player was set to finish his contract and become a free agent next year. If the offer was good enough, the club might consider selling.

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