Wolves winger Adama Traore has left the door open for a return to Barcelona.
The 25-year-old, who moved from Barcelona football school to La Masia before leaving for England in 2015, has proven himself to be one of Europe’s scariest dribbles during his time at Aston Villa, Middlesbrough and Wolves.
He said Barcelona is his home and will talk to agents about a potential return.
“Barcelona is my home. I grew up here and I was here for 10 years. We need to talk to my agents and see what role Barcelona wants,” Adama Traore told RAC1.
Traore’s contract with Wolves expires in 2023, but he is said to want a return to Barcelona.
He played only four games for Barcelona’s first team, and made 68 appearances for Barcelona B.
Adama is currently with Spain in the European Championship and is hoping to play against Slovakia, as he was not given a single minute in the matches against Sweden and Poland.