Tottenham remain interested in signing Wolves star Adama Traore, despite their failed pursuit of the winger in January. Antonio Conte is keen to add another forward to his ranks before the transfer window closes, with Traore seen as a versatile, cut-price option.
Conte was vocal ahead of the start of the season about how he wanted to orchestrate a mass reshuffle at Spurs this summer, and he has been granted that wish. The Italian has welcomed seven new signings to his ranks already, and the former Chelsea boss remains hopeful that his side are not finished in the transfer window.
Despite the signing of Richarlison from Everton, Conte remains keen to sign another attacker and several different options are being explored. Express Sport understands that Traore is one of the players being heavily considered by the club, with Fabio Paratici remaining a huge admirer of the Spaniard.
The pacey forward was a top target in January and there was a feeling within both camps that a deal could be reached for his services, with Wolves keen to offload the 26-year-old. However, Traore opted to return to Barcelona on a loan-to-buy deal, but after making only 11 appearances for the club, the La Liga outfit opted not to activate the purchase clause and he returned to Molineux.
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