Adama Traore of Wolverhampton Wanderers and Spain has left the door open for a return to Barcelona this summer.
Traore has been widely linked with a move to Camp Nou ahead of next season, with Ronald Koeman reportedly interested in bringing the winger to the Nou Camp.
That suggests he may have unfinished business in Catalonia, and amid speculations of a return, he teased about it in an interview with RAC1 through Marca.
“Barcelona is my home,” said Traore. “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 deal with Wolves runs through 2023, with reports that he may want to extend it until 2025.
However, Traore's new statements suggest that the door is still open for a return to Barcelona, and it's worth mentioning that Traore's Wolves manager is changing this summer.
Bruno Lage took over from Nuno Espirito Santo lately, and it's uncertain how this would affect his career.