Man United are already positioned to sign £70million attacker – Face competition




Adama Traore Wolves

Manchester United are linked with numerous quality attackers and the latest name in the lime light is that of Adama Traore.

According to an exclusive article published by Le10Sport, Man United are already positioned to sign the Spanish attacker, who has been in top form for Wolves this season.

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The well-known French source have revealed that from the Premier League, the likes of Manchester City and Liverpool are also interested in hiring the former Barcelona player. Moreover, outside England, Bayern Munich are looking to secure his signature.

The 24-year-old’s current contract with Wolverhampton will expire in 2023 and as per Football Insider, he is valued at £70million.

Traore is one of the fastest players around, he can trouble any defender in the world with his searing pace. Moreover, he has got brute strength as well and it is hard to bring him down.

In all competitions, the ex La Liga player has featured in 46 games under Nuno Espirito Santo this term and directly contributed in 16 goals (6 goals and 10 assists).

Back in October 2019, he scored a brace to beat reigning champions Manchester City in their own backyard (0-2). Further, in December, he scored a goal and provided an assist to help his team beat the Sky Blues again (3-2).

Traore has been in his peak form this season and he is at the right age for Man United, who have been recruiting young players under the management of Solskjaer.

The Spaniard is mainly a right winger and we clearly lack quality and depth in that position at Old Trafford.

Daniel James has not been able to perform consistently for us, on the other hand, Juan Mata is a veteran and past his best. Therefore, a proven quality right winger must be lured and Adama Traore would be a top addition.

In your opinion, should Man United spend £70million to sign him?

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