Liverpool have had a relatively quiet transfer window since signing Ibrahima Konate in May.
Liverpool have been encouraged to act on their interest in Adama Traore,
a player Jurgen Klopp has been extremely complementary about in the past.
Former Red Steve McManaman believes the Spaniard could be the perfect option off the bench at Anfield,
although it remains to be seen whether that kind of assignment would interest the player.
Traore has established himself as one of the most electric players in the Premier League, revered for his devastating pace and fearless dribbling.
Once the 25-year-old gets going, he is like a freight train running at opposition backlines, although his unpredictable final product often leaves his numbers hit and miss.
McManaman, who made over 300 appearances for Liverpool before going on to Real Madrid and Manchester City, had his say on where he sees the winger fitting in at Anfield.
He told HorseRacing.net: “I think that type of player would be a good option to bolster Liverpool’s squad, but I wouldn’t want to pay a lot of money for him.
After his side’s January clash with Wolves, the German said: “[Traore] is unplayable in moments, it’s unbelievable. What a player – it’s not only him but he’s so good.
Without doubt, signing Adama would give Liverpool greater strength in depth – whether new Wolves boss Bruno Lage would be receptive to an approach is another question altogether.