Jurgen Klopp still wants to sign Adama Traoré from Wolves.
Traoré has carved out a name for himself as one of the Premier League’s finest attacking players, with blistering pace allied to fine crossing ability.
Liverpool were linked with a move for him earlier this year, but that never came to anything, although the Champions did return to Molineux to sign Troaré’s teammate Diego Jota.
However, Klopp wants his side to try and sign the 24-year old again, either in January or next summer.
Traoré is valued at £63 million by Wolves, and there are some who doubt whether he would get in the Liverpool first team at the moment.
Traore made his international debut for Spain last week, coming on a substitute in their Nations League match against Switzerland.
He has made 95 appearances for Wolves and scored 7 times since joining the Midlands club from Middlesbrough in a £18 million deal two years ago.
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