Adama Traore is open to the exit of Wolves and is open to Real Madrid movement despite the history of Barcelona
“I’m not closing the door for anything”: Adama Traore is open to the exit of Wolves because winger insists he has “no problem” for Real Madrid despite Barcelona’s history
- Adama Traore left Barcelona for Aston Villa in 2015 after success with the B-side
- He was limited to only four first team appearances, but says he has no regrets
- The explosive winger made an impression on Wolves this season and scored four goals
- He has been associated with a return to Spain and says he is open to a move
Adama Traore says he is open to a switch to Real Madrid, despite having played for their rivals Barcelona before.
The Wolves star, who achieved four goals and seven assists in the competition this season, left the Nou Camp in 2015 for Aston Villa.
The shape of the 24-year-old has linked him with a stunning move back to Barcelona, but now Real Madrid has joined the race to draw the powerful winger.
Adama Traore says he is open to a switch to Real Madrid in the midst of interest from Spain
Speaking of a possible move to the Bernabeu, Traore told the Spanish news La Vanguardia: “It wouldn’t be a problem for me.
‘I don’t close the door for anything. I am very happy here at the moment, the team is fantastic.
“But both Madrid and Barca arrive when they have to arrive.”
Traore spent 11 years in Barcelona, but only made three first team appearances for the Spanish super club.
He played regularly for their renowned B-team, but failed to reach the mark and left for England in 2015.
He explained: “I have no resentment for what happened.
The explosive winger had limited first team action during his time at the Nou Camp
“It wouldn’t make sense. Certain decisions made by certain people do not mean that I have a problem with the club.
“But when determining my future I have no problem going to Madrid. It will be based on the decisions that I make with my family. “
Although Traore is considering a return to Spain, he says he does not regret leaving one of the top clubs in Europe.
He said: “It was a decision of mine that influenced Barcelona decisions.
“There were certain situations that I didn’t like, problems with those responsible at the time, and I decided to leave.
“These are things I will tell in due course, but for now I will keep them to myself.”