Wolves have slapped a huge price tag on star winger Adama Traore, who has attracted the attention of Liverpool and Barcelona with his pacy displays.
Traore joined Wolves from Middlesbrough in summer 2018, on a five-year deal for an undisclosed fee in the region of £18m.
And according to the Telegraph, the Midlands outfit could be set to cash in to the tune of a £70m profit if the decide to the let him leave this summer.
The former Spain U21 international won the Premier League Player of the Month award for January with 45 percent of fan votes after terrorising defences with his pace.
Traore dislocated his shoulder for the second time this season in the recent 0-0 draw at Manchester United.
He was able to carry on after assistance – but then limped off with a leg injury towards the end.
Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo is not concerned about the 'strong boy' and reckons he will be back in action soon.
"I know he's in a lot of pain. He dislocated his shoulder and Matt (Perry), the doctor, managed to put it back again," said the Wolves chief.
"He had another kick in the end, so he's on ice now. But I think it's nothing serious."
The dislocation happened when United defender Harry Maguire tugged Wolves winger Traore's arm just prior to the break.
He was then replaced by new signing Daniel Podence late on after taking a heavy whack to his calf.
On the shoulder injury, Nuno added: "It happened before, Tottenham. He's a strong boy. He'll be OK, hopefully."
Wolves are seventh in the Premier League table, still level on points with United.