The Wolverhampton Wanderers star leaves the door open for a potential return to his childhood club.
left Barcelona B in 2015 and joined Aston Villa. Following short spells at Aston Villa and Middlesbrough, the versatile winger joinedWolverhampton Wanderers
where he found his best form under Nuno Espirito Santo.
Traore has been heavily linked with a return toBarcelona
in recent weeks. Barcelona coach Ronald Koeman is reportedly interested in adding the winger to his squad in the summer. The 25-year-old, who is currently on international duty with Spain, commented about his future in a new interview withRAC1
“Barcelona is my home,”
“It’s the reality. I grew up since I was 10.
“From here, we will have to manage with my agents and see what role Barcelona wants.”
Traore’s current contract with Wolves runs until 2023 and the club are reportedly interested in extending the deal for another two years. However, Traore’s interest in a move away from the Molineux Stadium and the English club’s search for a new manager might tempt Barcelona to make a summer move for the Spaniard.