Joan Laporta Tells Wolves Barcelona Plans For Adama Traore And Trincao (Latest Updates)

In the latest news about Wolves from Birmingham On Live, Barcelona president Joan Laporta gives an update on the situations of Adama Traore and Trincao.

Adama Traore poses alongside Barcelona president Joan Laporta at his official presentation

Joan Laporta said that Wolverhampton Wanderers winger Adama Traore is too expensive for Barcelona to buy permanently.

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Traore spent the second half of the season on loan at the Camp Nou, but it’s looking more and more likely that Barcelona won’t buy him for £25 million.

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Laporta has already said that Barcelona can’t pay that much for Traore because of their current financial situation.

But he has said that Barcelona might be willing to trade Francisco Trincao, who scored twice in 28 Premier League games while on loan at Wolves for a season. Trincao could stay with Wolves for good for £25 million.

In his most recent interview with the Barcelona newspaper SPORT, Laporta was asked about Traore’s future, and he brought up the idea of a swap deal again. He said, “We’re happy with him. He gave the team a boost, and there’s nothing bad we can say about him.” It’s an FFP question. The price of the option to buy has gone up, and the market is moving.

“We have the Trincao case, which is the same amount of money for both sides. We’ll see how things go. The market is moving, and there is interest in these players, so we have to look at the FFP factor.”

Bruno Lage, the head coach of the Wolves, plans to meet with the club’s higher-ups to talk about the futures of Traore and Trincao. He wants to do this as he cuts down the number of players in his wide department for next season.

Lage wants Traore to feel welcome back at Wolves if the Spain international comes back.

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