Reports indicate Traore will have a medical on Friday in Barcelona, as the Wolves forward joins Dani Alves and Ferran Torres as a January winter window arrival.
Adama will return to the club where he began his career on loan until the end of the season, with his pay reduced so that he may be registered immediately.
Barcelona’s agreement contains a 30-million-euro buy clause at the conclusion of the loan, as well as a 5-million-euro increase in goals if that happens.
The agreement includes a purchase option that, if exercised, would bring Adama to a four-year contract at Camp Nou.
Adama began his career at Barcelona at the juvenile level and made his debut with Tata Martina in 2013 against Granada in La Liga and subsequently against Ajax in the Champions League.
Adama moved to the Premier League from Barcelona in the summer of 2015. He began his career with Aston Villa before moving to Middlesborough a year later.
Two seasons later, he moved to Wolves, where he has been ever since. He is a fast and authoritative winger for Luis Enrique’s Spanish national team at Euro 2020.
The striker from Hospitalet was on the verge of joining Tottenham, but instead opted to return home on loan from Wolves.
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