The forward will accept a low salary so there's no problem registering him
Barcelona and Wolves have reached a deal to loan Adama Traore to the Catalan club until the end of the season. The player is keen to return home and has lowered his salary to make it so Barcelona can register him without having to sell any other player.
There is no official confirmation from the club yet but he will have his medical on Friday and be presented on Monday.
It’s a deal with an option to buy, which in the case of happening, will give him a four year contract.
Adama left Barcelona in August 2015 to start an English adventure, with Aston Villa at first, who paid around 10m euros for him. A season later he moved to Middlesbrough for a similar amount.
Two seasons there were followed by a new era at Wolves where he really improved and became one of the most explosive players in the Premier League.
Almost seven season later, Adam a returns to Barcelona to help the team get back to the top of European football.
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