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Wolves ace discusses move to La Liga giants

Wolverhampton ace discusses possible move to La Liga giant

December 31, 2020 By Oscar Rojas
Some of the best players in the team coached by Nuno Espirito Santo have caught the eye of some top-caliber teams around the world.

Nuno Espirito Santo and his team have done a great job at Wolverhampton for the past two seasons, and now that teams around the world have noticed that none of their stars are one-year wonders, some of the Wolves' best players may be living their last months at the Molineux.

Footballers such as Diogo Jota, Ruben Neves, Joao Moutinho, Raúl Jiménez and Adama Traoré have dazzled the league with their skills, and it's precisely the latter who revealed where he could end up playing next season.

Speaking in an interview with Jugones, the Spanish international admitted that a return to Spain is in the cards, but he still wants to make a name for himself in the Premier League.

"I'd love to go back to Spain. Why not? I made a promise to myself, that I would become one of the best players in England, but I'd sure like to go back to Spain," Traoré said.

The former Barcelona player admitted that he did not leave Los Blaugranas on the best terms, which may difficult his return to Camp Nou.

"I will save that story for myself, but all I can say is that there was a misunderstanding between us, and that caused my exit not to take place on the best terms," Traoré added.

Before the interview concluded, Traoré opened up about the possibility of joining Real Madrid. 

"If I have to go to Real Madrid, I'd be happy to do so," Traoré concluded.

Traoré has scored four goals and has also handed out four assist this season for Wolves, but his playmaking abilities go beyond his numbers, and it's precisely that aspect of his game that could see him earn a deal in Spain.


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