One of the most unexpected transfer stories of recent times will definitely be the Adama Traore move from Wolverhampton Wanderers to Barcelona. The Spanish La Liga giants secured the loan signing of the pacy winger in quite a shocking deal this January and not a lot of people saw it coming. Traore, a Spain international attacker, decided to return to the Camp Nou having graduated from the La Masia Academy before leaving for more playing time and finding himself in England.
There had been several speculations linking Traore with a move away from the Molineux since last summer and Tottenham Hotspur were one of the clubs particularly linked with making a move for him. Spurs were said to be keen on adding the fast winger to their ranks while the north London club were still under the management of Nuno Espirito Santo, Traore’s former boss. However, the move never happened but Spurs returned for the player this January under Antonio Conte but nothing still happened.
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