Premier league playmaker distances himself from Barcelona move
Wolverhampton Wanderers playmaker Adama Traore has separated himself from speculation that he could return to Barcelona at some stage later on.
The 24-year-old, who made his Spain debut against Portugal on Wednesday night, played for Barcelona between 2004 and 2015 preceding leaving for Aston Villa.
Adama Traore’s progression at Wolves has prompted recommendations that Barcelona could endeavor to bring him back to Camp Nou, while Liverpool are also accepted to be admirers of his outstanding talents.
Nonetheless, the playmaker has demanded that he is presently centered around improving his own game as opposed to stressing over the speculation encompassing his future.
It’s not my choice whether I would suit Barcelona. My attitude is to work each day to be better, Adama Traore told correspondents.
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The Spain attacker has scored multiple times and contributed 15 assists in 95 appearances for Wolves since arriving from Middlesbrough in 2018.