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Former Barcelona winger pushing for summer move to Real Madrid

Adama Traore at Wolves
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Adama Traore is struggling for form at Wolverhampton and pushes for a La Liga return.


As a product of Barcelona’s La Masia academy, Adama Traore broke into the senior team at Camp Nou in 2015. The winger made four appearances for Barcelona and scored a goal for the Spanish giants. However, he decided to move away from the club in search of regular game time.

Traore found what he was looking for at Wolverhampton Wanderers. Former manager Nuno Espirito Santo made him a regular starter, using his great pace for transitional play. With Espirito Santo’s move to Tottenham, there were rumours around Spurs’ potential move for the Spain international. 

However, the Spaniard remained at the Molineux Stadium, struggling for form under new manager Bruno Lage. Traore is about to enter the final year of his current contract, and Wolves are keen to avoid a free departure.


According to El Nacional, Traore will push for a move to Real Madrid next summer. The player is eager to work under Carlo Ancelotti and feels he will find his place in the Blancos lineup.

Wolves would reportedly accept an €18 million offer for Traore in the summer. Real Madrid have already started selling some of their older players, replacing them with younger talents. 

Barcelona are also searching for a new winger, but the Spanish source claim they are not targeting the Wolves winger.