Spanish player, Adama Traore, is seeking assurances from his English club, Wolves before committing to a new contract this season.
Amid interest from Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur, Wolves are preparing to make Traore their highest-paid player to fend off suitors.
According to The Sun, Wolves are ready to offer him a new four-year contract worth a whopping £25million per year amid interest from Tottenham and Liverpool.
Traore currently earns around £55,000 per week, which would increase to £120,000 if he commits his future to Wolves.
But he has two criteria if he’s to extend his stay at the Midlands club.
The Spain international is ambitious and wants to be sure he’s at a club capable of competing in Europe regularly.
Traore could also be persuaded to sign on at Wolves if the club includes a £60million buy-out clause in the contract, making a departure available if the valuation is met.