Fabrizio Romano has revealed that the future of rumoured Tottenham target Adama Traore will be decided soon.
Traore was reportedly Antonio Conte’s first-choice option for the right wing-back role in January but the pacy wide-man turned down the North Londoners’ approach in favour of a loan move to Barcelona (The Athletic).
90 min claimed last month that irrespective of whether Barca take up the option to sign Traore, the player is likely to leave Wolves in the summer while CalcioMercato reported just a few weeks ago that the Spaniard ‘likes’ the idea of joining Spurs.
Romano has now taken to social media to confirm that Barca will not be signing Traore and that the winger, who has 12 months left to run on his contract at the Molineux Stadium, will make a decision on his future shortly.
Barcelona won't trigger the buy option clause for Adama Traoré. It was included into loan deal from Wolves for €30m but Barça won't spend big money on Adama as things stand. 🇪🇸 #FCB
Traoré's out of contract in June 2023 with Wolves, his future will be decided soon.
— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) May 23, 2022
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Spurs might have gone after Traore in January due to the lack of options available at the time. With the likes of Djed Spence and Wilfried Singo potentially being on the market this summer, it remains to be seen if the North London club will go back in for the Spaniard.
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