‘Double it’: Some fans react as their 25-year-old attacker is linked with Chelsea

Chelsea are being linked with Wolverhampton Wanderers attacker Adama Traore – but some Wolves fans on Twitter have responded by claiming he should cost a lot more than the reported price tag. 

Well-respected journalist Matt Law, speaking on the London Is Blue podcast, claims that Chelsea do have interest in the Wolves speed machine. 

It is understood that a fee between £20-25million could be enough for his signature. 

Traore, who earns £46,000-a-week, is an extremely unique player in the Premier League. 

The 25-year-old is unplayable on his day for opposition full-backs.

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He can breeze past defenders like they are not there with raw pace and power that makes him stand out from the crowd. However, his final product is holding him back.

The right-winger is part of the Spain squad at Euro 2020 this summer, but has only had one substitute cameo so far in the tournament. 

Traore is really effective for Wolves off the bench to frighten the life out of defences. 

He’s someone that Thomas Tuchel’s Chelsea are looking at, which isn’t a massive surprise when you consider he can play as a wing-back or winger. 

The Spanish flyer does look like someone that has never fully unlocked his potential manager, so perhaps a fresh change could help the ex-Barcelona talent.

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A selection of Wolves supporters on social media are not happy about the £20-25million quoted valuation. 

Despite his lack of end product, they are convinced he’s worth more and he would be going on the cheap if he left for that kind of money.

Here are some Wolves fans discussing the Traore speculation:

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