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Hammers launch Traore bid


Filed: Friday, 16th June 2017
By: Staff Writer


West Ham are understood to have launched a bid to sign Middlesbrough midfielder Adama Traore.




According to Ken Dyer, the Hammers have opened the bidding with an 8million offer for the former Barcelona youth star, who has been relegated with both Aston Villa and Middlesbrough since arriving in England two years ago.

21-year-old Traore was one of 'Boro's most exciting players last season, despite his erratic form - which has led to many supporters questioning whether he would be a good acquisition.


The 5'10" Spaniard moved to England in 2015, spending a year at Villa for whom he made 11 appearances. Last summer he joined the North East club for an undisclosed fee, going on to make 32 appearances.





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