Wolverhampton Wanderers have reportedly placed a £90m price tag on Adama Traore amid the reported interest from Manchester United and Liverpool.
The Spain international was in top form for Wolves last term where he registered six goals and 12 assists from 54 appearances in all competitions.
He has, however, failed to contribute a goal or an assist in seven outings this term, but is still highly valued by the west Midlands outfit.
Both United and Reds have been linked with potential moves for Traore, but Calciomercato claims that the 24-year-old will cost them a club-record fee.
Wolves consider Traore as an important player in the squad despite his struggles this term and want at least £90m to consider his sale.
Traore recently made his debut for Spain. He has also caught the radar of former club Barcelona through his displays over the past year.