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Manchester United, Man City and Liverpool ‘battling to sign £70m-rated Wolves star Adama Traore’ in summer transfer

Adama Traore is reportedly a summer transfer target for Premier League heavyweights Manchester United, Man City and Liverpool.

The Wolves star has been one of the Premier League’s most improved performers this season with four goals and seven assists.

Adama Traore is valued at £70m following his remarkable rise to stardom
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He has become a regular fixture in Nuno’s side after starting just five league games last term following an £18million move from Middlesbrough.

Le10sport claim the Premier League’s big guns are interested in signing £70m-rated Traore.

Liverpool look set to bring in an attacking player this summer to provide more competition for Roberto Firmino, Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane.

And Traore could be an upgrade on Xherdan Shaqiri, who is attracting transfer interest from Roma and Sevilla.

Manchester United are in the market for a right winger and have been heavily linked with £100m-rated Borussia Dortmund ace Jadon Sancho.

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp is believed to be a big fan of Adama Traore
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Meanwhile, Man City could look to splash the cash on Traore, who has terrorised Pep Guardiola’s defence this season.

He scored twice in a 2-0 win at City in October and also registered a goal and assist in the reverse fixture two months later.

Leroy Sane looks set to complete a big-money move to Bayern Munich, which could see Guardiola target Traore.

The former Barcelona academy graduate has found his feet at Wolves after struggling in Premier League spells with Aston Villa and Middlesbrough.

Traore has hailed Nuno’s influence on his career.

He told The Mirror: “Nuno has been a massive figure for me. It’s the confidence he gives me.

Nuno Espirito Santo has drastically improved Adama Traore’s end product
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“From the first day I came to Wolves he just made me feel that he believes I can take on any player and make them struggle.

“That is massive for a player and maybe you think it’s just me but if you ask any of guys they will tell you that the confidence of the manager is as important as the training you go to on a daily basis.

“A lot has changed for me but the football ability has always been there. It’s just a little bit of adjusting.

“The coach, food, my teammates helping me out a lot and also just the attitude to keep working because when you continue working hard everything eventually falls into place.”

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