Adama Traoré: I don't mind playing for Real Madrid


Despite being a son of La Masia.

Adama Traoré, a Wolverhampton player, stressed that he does not mind wearing a Real Madrid shirt in the future while noting that he is first seeking to be the best in the Premier League.

Traoré is one of the sons of La Masia Academy in Barcelona, but left after a crisis between him and the officials, and is now appearing more than brilliantly with Nuno Santo, making him one of the premier league's most prominent players this season.

The player, who has not yet determined his international future between joining mali or Spain, spoke to the press and said, "If I have to go to Real Madrid, I will go."

"I left Barcelona and there was a misunderstanding between the two parties, but what happened then wasn't the best, I'd rather keep the whole story to myself."

"Back to Spain? Yes, why not? But I promised to be one of the best in England first."

As for his very distinctive muscular composition, he said, "I don't gain weight, I know it's hard to believe, it's hereditary, I exercise, but I control the size quickly."

The 23-year-old traoré has scored four goals this season and made the same during his Premier League appearance, and reached his peak against Manchester City last week when he scored a goal and made another during his team's three-goal win over Pep Guardiola.

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