Tony Cascarino has included Wolverhampton Wanderers winger Adama Traore in his Premier League Team of the Season for The Times.
The former Aston Rental property and Chelsea striker has been impressed with Traore for producing opportunities and providing assists for his Wolves colleague this season.
Cascarino, who now works as an expert for talkSPORT, has explained the former Vacation Home and Barcelona winger as “a game-changer”.
Cascarino wrote in The Times: “Toughest call, with Salah, Willian and Mason Greenwood in the running. Scored only four goals, but has set up nine and has been a game-changer.”
According to WhoScored, Traore made 27 starts and 10 substitute appearances in the Premier League for Wolves this season, scoring 4 goals and providing 9 assists in the process.
The winger has also made 5 starts and 3 assists in the Europa League for Nuno’s side this campaign, scoring 2 goals in the process, according to WhoScored.
Traore has developed into among the very best players in the Wolves squad and is among the much better wingers in the Premier League.
The 24- year-old is apparently on the radar of Premier League champions Liverpool, with The Mirror reporting in June that the Reds desire the winger and have already checked him.
If Wolves are open to offering one of their best players this summer,
It remains to be seen.