Clinton Morrison claims that he has heard that Leeds United intend to sign Adama Traore from Wolves and how he might be a replacement for Raphinha.
Traore is so good at handling this summer, and he is surprised Wolves might allow the 26-year-old to travel to the exit door, according to BBC Radio 5 Live Sport.
Traore was on-loan at Spanish giants Barcelona for the second half of the recently-concluded campaign, and there are now speculations that Leeds will sign him.
With a lot of talk about Raphinhas'' future at Elland Road, it has raised doubt as to whether one of the clubs'' star players will still live in Yorkshire by the time the 2022/23 season kicks off, and it''s ironically enough that Leeds will host Wolves.
Nevertheless, this is what Morrison had to say about Leeds possibly bringing in the all-action Traore to the club.
You know who I have heard, they have been linked to Adama Traore, according to Morrison. So, obviously you lose one with Raphinha and attempt to introduce another.
Adama Traore has so much experience, but his end product hasn''t been excellent enough. I''m dissatisfied with the fact that Wolves are let go.
But at the end of the day, his end product has let him down. He went to Barcelona, and it hasn''t really worked out for him. Bruno Lage has stated many times that he might keep him, but this is still a struggle.
I''m just wondering what will happen with Adama Traore. However, I think that he would be a good signing for Leeds if they lose Raphinha, because at least he knows the Premier League.
UNPREDICTABLE WAYS SUIVI LEEDS
Traore can go from being mannequins to getting the ball in row z when he is just attempting to make a cross from the byline.
The Spaniard might sift out what Leeds have been like, who is frantic, all-action, aggressive, and unpredictable, and can transition from the subline to the ridiculous in near future.
So, from that perspective, he might suit Jesse Marschs side down to the bone, not as a replacement for Raphinha.
Despite Traore''s excellent ability and ability to push through anything he finds, he does not have the ruthless and clinical nature Raphinha has to his game in the third.
Last season, the Brazilian international scored 11 Premier League goals, while Traore has managed only eight out of 160 Premier League matches that in itself includes all you need to know.