30. Adama Traoré — Wolverhampton
Looking more like an American football or rugby player than a soccer star, Adama Traoré is easily the most intimidating player in the world. The hulking winger enjoyed his finest professional season for Wolves this year. Traoré’s combination of blistering speed and immense strength makes him a problem for most defenders around the Premier League — including the best the league has to offer. A big part of Wolves’ top-7 finish this year, Traoré tallied four goals and nine assists in 37 appearances. As a result of his improved play and vast potential, the 24-year-old has been linked to both Manchester City and Liverpool as a target in the upcoming transfer window.
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