- Adama Traore is wanted by both Real Madrid and Barcelona
- The winger is one of the most enterprising players in the Premier League at the moment
- Other top Premier League clubs are also interested in the Spanish national team star
Real Madrid have reportedly shown interest in signing Wolverhampton Wanderers winger Adama Traore when the summer transfer window opens.
Los Blancos are said to be lining up a big-money move for the 24-year-old who has scored four goals and seven assists in 24 appearances.
He was instrumental to Wolves' crucial victory over defending champions Manchester City late last year - scoring one and assisting another in the game.
However, SunSport reports that they will have to battle with Spanish League rivals Barcelona for the signature of the forward.
Traore started his career at the Barcelona academy after joining them in 2004. He spent a little over a decade with the La Liga side before leaving them for Aston Villa in 2015.
The Spanish national team star attracted interests from top European managers with his enterprising attacking moves.
SunSport quoting Telegraph report that the Molineux Stadium outfit is preparing to receive a bid from the La Liga giants.
Manchester United paid £89.3 million to Paul Pogba in 2016 and Wolves are hoping to ask for more than that from Traore's prospective suitors.
When he was asked about leaving the club, he said: "Yes, why not? If I have the opportunity to go to Madrid, I will leave.
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“Of course I would like to return to Spanish football, but I promised myself I would be a success in England."
Legit.ng earlier reported that Wolverhampton Wanderers winger Adama Traore has recounted how playing with Barcelona at Lionel Messi shaped his playing career.
The 23-year-old has been impressive for Wolves - scoring five goals and four assists across competitions so far this campaign.
Traore explained that players like Messi, Xavi and a few others were always hungry for success even if it was table tennis they were playing.
Meanwhile, his contribution to Wolverhampton Wanderers' success in the Premier League cannot be downplayed.
The forward inspired Wolves to a 3-2 dramatic comeback against defending champions Manchester City few days to the end of 2019.
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