Liverpool have made contact with Wolves to enquire about the availability of Wolves winger Adama Traore according to reports.
The versatile 25 year-old Spanish international who can play in midfield or across the front three has previously been linked to the Reds with Jurgen Klopp a clear fan of his talent.
Now according to Football Insider, a Liverpool club source has made contact with the Midlands club to see if they are willing to sell.
It is believed that Wolves are willing to listen to offers for Traore who is entering the final two years of his current contract and no progress has been made as yet over a new deal.
When he is in form and coupled with his blistering speed, Traore is one of the most exciting talents in the Premier League.
Along with his manager, the ever-honest Andy Robertson has openly praised Traore saying that he gave him one of the toughest days of his professional career during the Reds title winning season.
“Traore to be fair ripped me apart this season.
"He's ridiculous. Without a doubt (he's the fastest). I think he could give most Premier League defenders a 15-yard start and he'd still win the race.
“I’ve played against (Lionel) Messi, (Cristiano) Ronaldo, (Luis) Suarez, (Sergio) Aguero, I’ve played against all of them.
“But the one I’ve struggled the most against for 90 minutes was, against Traore.”
In the 19/20 season, Traore was a real star scoring six goals and registering 12 assists in all competitions.
But in this campaign as with Wolves as a whole, Traore suffered a considerable dip in his output with just three goals and three assists.
If there is one manager to get the best out of a player and take him to another level it is Klopp.
Transfers have become more complicated than ever in this Covid World we currently live in, but with the two clubs having a good working relationship over the Diogo Jota and Ki-Jana Hoever transfers, a deal for Traore might not be out of the question.