Tottenham had expressed an interest in signing Traore earlier, but the Wolverhampton administration refused to sell the player.
The Telegraph stressed that Tottenham began trying to speed up the deal in recent days, with a desire to get the player on loan with the right to buy for 40 million pounds, or pay the deal using small payments in installments, as Liverpool did with the Diogo Jota deal.
Wolverhampton asked for a larger sum to give up the player and move away from the system of small installments.
On the other hand, Sky Sports journalist Fabrizio Romano revealed that Liverpool had put Adama Traore among the candidates to move to the team in the coming period.
Liverpool signed Diogo Jota from Wolverhampton last summer and may sign Traore in the same way.
Romano indicated that Tottenham had begun to inquire about more than one player in the front line, in preparation for Harry Kane’s departure to Manchester City, if that happened.
Among these players, Adama Traore was where Nuno Santo sees the player as having the ability to occupy the position of the right winger or the false striker at times.
Manchester City is seeking to make an offer of up to 150 million euros for Harry Kane’s services in the last few minutes of the transfer market.
Tottenham won their first two league matches against Manchester City and Wolverhampton and are preparing to face Pacos de Ferreira in the second leg of the Conference League qualifiers, in which Spurs lost the first leg with a single goal.