The Molineux outfit could only muster a disappointing 13th-placed finish in the Premier League last term, and one change has already taken place in the dugout, with Bruno Lage replacing Nuno Espirito Santo.
Alterations within the playing squad are expected to take place too, as Wolves battle with a spate of pre-tax losses over the past few years, and the club are aware that they must sell before they can buy.
As a result, 90Min claims that Neves and Traore have both been transfer listed by the West Midlands outfit, with the £35m-rated former understood to be on the radar of both Arsenal and Manchester United.
Traore, meanwhile, is yet to pen an extension on his existing Wolves deal beyond 2023, and Chelsea are thought to have joined the likes of Leeds United and Liverpool in the race to sign the Spain international.
Neves and Traore are both preparing for their Euro 2020 campaigns with Portugal and Spain respectively, and the latter's team will kick off their tournament against Sweden on Monday night. body check tags ::