6 months together with Barça ended… A powerful monster FW for Leeds after returning

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[골닷컴] Reporter Donghoon Kang = Adama Traore (26), who will be with him for six months after his loan contract with Barcelona, ​​a Spanish professional football club, ends, is expected to leave as soon as he returns to his team Wolverhampton Wanderers (England). Currently, Leeds United (England) has emerged as a strong destination for the club.

On the 20th (Korean time), British media ‘Football Insider’ said, “Traore is receiving a lot of interest from Leeds and it is known that a transfer is near. We are talking directly with him,” he said.

Earlier in January, during the winter transfer window, Traore left Wolverhampton on a six-month loan to Barcelona. Returning to his former team after 7 years, he immediately showed his presence, and immediately after the transfer, he showed sensational performances by providing only 4 assists in 5 games.

Naturally, the locals predicted that Barcelona would sign a permanent contract with Traore, who performed better than expected. The transfer fee was also more likely because at the time of signing the rental contract, only €30 million (about KRW 40.8 billion), which was known as the full transfer clause amount, had to be paid.

However, as time passed, Traore was not helpful to the team and only disappointment continued. In particular, the number of loss of possession of the ball due to excessive breakthrough increased, and the inaccurate cross, which had been a problem before, could not be resolved. To make matters worse, Usman Dembele (25), who returned with a strong heart, showed an amazing performance and was completely pushed out of the competition.

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In the end, Barcelona changed their minds not to sign completely, and Traore is set to return to Wolverhampton as soon as his loan contract expires at the end of this month. In the midst of this, Leeds is currently pursuing a transfer by selecting Traore as a replacement for Leeds, as Hapinha (25), the core of the team, is attracting attention from several clubs.

In particular, Leeds is more active because Traore has only one year left on his contract, and the transfer fee is not high. According to ‘Football Insider’, Leeds, who recently offered a transfer fee of 21 million euros (about 28.5 billion won), have started negotiations in earnest, and they see the possibility of a successful deal.

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