“But there are also other clubs that want Raphinha and have made their offers. We all know that the player would really like to come back to Barcelona.”
As for his potential alternative at Elland Road, Traore made his breakthrough at Empoli before securing a loan move to Sassuolo ahead of the 2019-20 campaign. That move was then made everlasting last summer.
Within the Serie A season just gone, the Ivorian attacker netted eight goals in 32 appearances as he continued to see his profile soar across Europe. Leeds are thought to have been tracking Traore for over six months, but AC Milan are believed to pose a big threat to their pursuit of the ex-Gunners goal.