Adama traoré

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Current team Hatayspor Number 28 Youth career 2008–2013 JMG Academy Bamako Senior career* Years Team Apps ( Gls) 2013–2014 AS Bakaridjan 3 (0) 2014–2015 Lille 20 (2) 2014 → Royal Mouscron (loan) 2 (0) 2015–2020 Monaco 22 (5) 2017 → Rio Ave (loan) 7 (1) 2019 → Cercle Brugge (loan) 8 (0) 2019–2020 → Metz (loan) 15 (1) 2020– Hatayspor 35 (0) National team ‡ 2014–2015 Mali U20 11 (4) 2015– Mali 14 (3) Representing Mali FIFA U-20 World Cup 2015 New Zealand U-20 Team * Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 15 Adama traoré 2021 ‡ National team caps and adama traoré correct as of 30 July 2020 (UTC) Adama Traoré (born 28 June 1995), also known as Adama Noss Traoré, [2] is a Malian professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for Süper Lig club Hatayspor and the Mali national team.

After winning the Golden Ball as best player at the 2015 FIFA U-20 World Cup, he made his senior debut for Mali. He represented the country at the Africa Cup of Nations in 2017 and 2019.

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Contents • 1 Club career • 1.1 Mali and Lille • 1.2 Monaco • 1.3 Hatayspor • 2 International career • adama traoré Personal life • 4 Career statistics • 5 References • 6 External links Club career [ edit ] Mali and Lille [ edit ] Born in Bamako, Traoré joined his hometown's JMG Academy at the age of 12 in 2007.

Five years later he joined Malian Première Division club AS Bakaridjan where he was only able to play three games before he got injured. In January 2014, Traoré signed for Ligue 1 club Lille and was immediately loaned out to Belgian Second Division club Royal Mouscron-Péruwelz. He made his Ligue 1 debut on 24 September 2014, adama traoré a 1–0 away defeat against Nice.

[3] On 7 January 2015, he scored his first competitive goal at senior level for Lille in a 1–0 home-league win over Thonon Évian Savoie F. C. [4] Monaco [ edit ] On 10 July 2015, Traoré joined AS Monaco on a four-year deal worth €14 million. [5] On 4 August, he made his UEFA Champions League debut in a 4–0 win against Young Boys in the third qualifying round, coming on as an 80th-minute substitute for Mario Pašalić.

[6] In January 2017, Traoré was loaned out until the end of the season to Primeira Liga side Rio Ave FC. [7] He played seven games for the team from Vila do Conde, and scored the only goal of their win at Boavista on 1 April. [8] In January 2019, he was loaned out for the same duration to Belgian First Division A side Cercle Brugge KSV. [9] On 31 August, he went on a season-long loan to fellow Ligue 1 club Metz. [10] He scored his first goal for them on 23 November, equalising in a 1–1 home draw with Reims.

[11] Hatayspor [ edit ] On 11 September 2020, Traoré moved to Hatayspor of the Turkish Süper Lig, on a two-year deal with the option of a third. [12] International career [ edit ] Traoré was part of the Mali under-20 team who participated in the 2015 FIFA U-20 World Cup in New Zealand.

[13] During adama traoré competition, he scored four goals and had three assists, and helped Mali win the bronze medal and earned himself the Adidas Golden Ball as the best player in the competition. [14] On 9 October 2015, Traoré adama traoré his national team debut in a 4–1 friendly win over Burkina Faso.

On 4 September 2016, he scored his adama traoré international goal in a 5–2 win against Benin in the 2017 Africa Cup of Adama traoré qualification. [15] On 4 January 2017, Traoré was named in Mali's 23-man squad for the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations in Gabon, and was unused as the team were eliminated in the group stage.

[16] Two years later, on adama traoré June 2019, he was named in Mali's 23-man squad for the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations in Egypt. [17] On 24 June 2019, he scored in his side's 4–1 opening match win against Mauritania. [18] Personal life [ edit ] Traoré was an international teammate of a player of the same name, who was born in the same month.

The two were also at Metz at the same time. [19] To distinguish between them, Traoré was also known as Adama Noss Traoré. [2] Career statistics [ edit ] As of 30 2020 [20] Appearances and goals by national team and year National team Year Apps Goals Mali 2015 1 0 2016 2 1 2017 2 0 2019 9 2 Total 14 3 Scores and results list Mali's goal tally first, score column indicates score after each Traoré goal.

List of international goals scored by Adama Traoré [20] No. Date Venue Opponent Score Result Competition 1 4 September 2016 Stade du 26 Mars, Bamako, Mali Benin 4–1 5–2 2017 Africa Cup of Nations qualification 2 26 March 2019 Stade Léopold Sédar Senghor, Dakar, Senegal Senegal 1–0 1–2 Friendly 3 23 June 2019 Adama traoré Stadium, Suez, Egypt Mauritania 3–0 4–1 2019 Africa Cup of Nations References [ edit ] • ^ "FIFA U-20 World Cup New Zealand 2015 – List of Players: Mali" (PDF).

FIFA. 19 June 2015. p. 11. Archived from the original (PDF) on 8 September 2015. Retrieved 8 October 2021. • ^ a b "FC Metz : Adama Noss Traoré, la petite étincelle en plus" [FC Metz: Adama Noss Traoré, more of the little spark].

Le Républican Lorrain (in French). 1 October 2019. Retrieved 23 October 2019. adama traoré ^ "Qui es-tu, Adama "Noss" Traoré ?" [Who are you, Adama "Noss" Traoré?] (in French). Lille OSC. 26 January 2015. Archived from the original on 13 June 2015. Retrieved 20 June 2015. • ^ Gibney, Andrew (2 July 2015). "Meet Adama Traore – the Lille midfielder recently named the best player at the U20 World Cup".

FourFourTwo. Retrieved 26 June 2019. • ^ "Monaco pour Adama Traoré" [Monaco for Adama Traoré].

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France Football (in French). 10 July 2015. Retrieved 26 June 2019. • ^ "Moncao v Young Boys (Third Qualifying Round – 2nd leg)". UEFA. 4 August 2015. Retrieved 26 June 2019. • ^ "Adama Traoré à Rio Ave" [Adama Traoré to Rio Ave] (in French). Orange Football Club. 31 January 2019. Retrieved 26 June 2019. • ^ "Rio Ave vence em casa do Boavista e sobe ao sétimo lugar da I Liga" [Rio Ave win at Boavista's ground and rise to seventh place in I Liga]. Observador (in Portuguese).

1 April 2017. Retrieved 23 October 2019. • ^ "Welkom bij Cercle Brugge, Adama Traoré!" [Welcome to Cercle Brugge, Adama Traoré!] (in Dutch). Cercle Brugge K.S.V. 31 January 2019.

Retrieved 8 February 2019. • ^ "FC Metz : le milieu offensif Adama Traoré prêté par l'AS Monaco" [FC Metz: attacking midfielder Adama Traoré loaned by AS Monaco].

Le Républican Lorrain (in French). 31 August 2019. Retrieved 23 October 2019. • ^ "Les notes de Metz-Reims : première pour Noss Traoré, Oudin en panne" [The notes from Metz-Reims: first for Noss Traoré, Oudin injured]. L'Équipe (in French). 23 November 2019. Retrieved 4 March 2020. • ^ "Transferts : Adama Traoré quitte Monaco et rejoint Hatayspor (Turquie)" [Transfers: Adama Traoré leaves Monaco and joins Hatayspor (Turkey)].

L'Équipe (in French). 11 September 2020. Retrieved 26 November 2020. • ^ "FIFA U-20 World Cup New Zealand 2015 List of Players" (PDF). FIFA. Retrieved 20 June 2015. • ^ "Mali's magician Traore nets top honour". Adama traoré. 20 June 2015. Archived from the original on 20 June 2015. Retrieved 20 June 2015. • ^ "MALI THUMP BENIN IN BAMAKO".

African Football. 4 September 2016. Retrieved 26 June 2019. adama traoré ^ "Mali : 3 recalés, la liste des 23 pour la CAN" [Mali: 3 eliminated, the list of 23 for the ACN] (in French). Afrik Foot. 4 January 2017. Retrieved 26 June 2019. • ^ Soliman, Seif (16 June 2019). "Moussa Adama traoré, Moussa Marega lead Mali squad for 2019 AFCON". KingFut. Retrieved 26 June 2019. • ^ "Mali 4–1 Mauritania". BBC Sport. 24 June 2019. Retrieved 23 October 2019. • ^ "Mercato - Metz : un deuxième Adama Traoré recruté !

(officiel)" [Transfer market - Metz: a second Adama Traoré recruited! (official)] (in French). Afrik Foot. 1 September 2019. Retrieved 23 October 2019. • ^ a b Adama Traoré at National-Football-Teams.com External links [ edit ] Wikimedia Commons has media related to Adama Traoré (Malian footballer, born 1995). • Adama Traoré at WorldFootball.net • Adama Traoré at Soccerway • Adama Traoré – French league stats at LFP – also available in French • 1 Munir • 2 Burak • 3 Katranis • 4 Ergün • 5 Sackey • 7 Barbosa • 8 Boudjemaa • 8 Aabid • 9 Boupendza • adama traoré Ilgaz • 11 Gökhan • 16 Temel • 17 David • 20 Mirkan • 23 Adekugbe • 27 Ouali • 28 Traoré • 31 Yiğiter • 33 Yavuz • 34 Akın • 39 Benzia • 41 Akomadi • adama traoré Öksüz • 55 Yusuf • 61 Mahmut • 77 Baş • 88 Ribeiro • 90 Popov • 92 Diouf • 95 Saint-Louis • 99 Yıldırım • Manager: Ö.

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The 26-year-old made his name at Wolves under Nuno Espirito Santo’s reign and was once a game-changer at Adama traoré. However, he struggled to gel with current boss Bruno Lage and therefore moved on in Adama traoré. Tottenham manager Antonio Conte wanted to convert the the winger into a right wing-back. However, Traore opted for Barcelona instead and he joined Xavi’s side on a loan deal with an option to buy this summer. Nevertheless, despite a fast start with assists in his first two Barca appearances, his future is again unclear.

Indeed, TEAMtalk has learned that Wolves expect him to move back to the West Midlands this summer. While the development is down to Traore’s drop-off in form, it also relates to the future of Francisco Trincao.

The Barcelona man is on loan at Wolves, who have decided not to strike a permanent deal. As such, Barcelona are now likely to follow suit with Traore, who will go the other way. But, TEAMtalk understands that Traore’s representatives have already had contact from Leeds chiefs. They have a long-standing interest in the former Middlesbrough star.

What’s more, 90min reports that Barcelona will go after the Whites’ Brazilian sensation Raphinha. As such, a double deal involving Leeds, Barcelona, Raphinha and Traore may develop. TEAMtalk has also learned that Tottenham will reignite their interest in Traore in this summer’s transfer window.

Adama Traore ready for next step Prior to his Barcelona move, Traore had played in 20 Premier League games for Wolves under Lage this season. However, he only contributed one goal and made as many appearances from the bench – 10 – as he did starts.

Such form has not been an anomaly for Traore, either. It took him until the start of December to register his first Premier League goal contribution – an assist – last term. He finished with two goals and three assists overall. Still, his form of late pales in comparison to when he scored three times against Manchester City in 2019/20 to help depose them as champions.

And with his contract expiring next summer, Wolves will feel there is still money to be made in the coming months if adama traoré future looks elsewhere – to avoid losing him for nothing. Related Articles • Adama Traore touted to replace Everton forward with Lampard holding secret weapon in negotiations Everton have been linked with the signing of Adama Traore to replace Richarlison should he leave.

May 4 2022, 4:26 pm • Spanish exit path swerves for Prem wide man on Tottenham radar after concrete Barcelona decision Adama Traore is unlikely to continue at Barcelona beyond this season, but could remain in La. May 2 2022, 9:05 pm • ‘Massive step down’ – Journalist in scathing assessment of reported Everton pursuit Adama traoré Traore moving to Everton would be a 'massive step down' thinks one journalist, amid links.

April 21 2022, 6:58 pm • Everton weigh up Barcelona hijack thanks to transfer connection to ignite summer rebuild Everton will consider a move for Wolves winger Adama Traore if Barcelona do not buy him. April 20 2022, 4:25 pm Featured Articles • Player ratings: Ayling, Meslier moments of madness cost Leeds as Nketiah inspires big Arsenal win • Transfer Gossip: Ferguson decides on Ronaldo future at Man Utd in crunch talks • Predictions: Liverpool hand Tottenham more Anfield punishment; Man City stroll; another twist in relegation scrap • Transfer Gossip: Ronaldo decision made as Ten Hag eyes two strikers to form new-look Man Utd attack • Euro Paper Talk: Man Utd get to work on £13m striker deal with ‘huge potential
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Repeat up to 5 times* Traore will have just a year left on his contract at Wolves once his loan spell at Barcelona has come to an end, and the West Midlands side could opt to cash in on the winger this summer to avoid losing him for free next year. The Spanish international's loan spell with Barcelona started well with four assists in his first three starts, but he has started just one league game since and opportunities are becoming increasingly limited.

The 26-year-old has made over 150 appearances for Wolves since signing from Middlesbrough for £18m in 2018. Tottenham were strongly linked with signing the winger in January, before he opted to move back to his boyhood club on loan, and Antonio Conte looks eager to reignite his interest. • Tottenham 2/1 • Newcastle 3/1 • Everton 4/1 • Arsenal 6/1 Betfair price Newcastle at 3/1 to sign Traore, who will also be looking to strengthen their squad ahead of a potential challenge for the European places next season.

Eddie Howe will be looking to provide another winger to partner Allan Saint-Maximin on the other flank, since their current wingers Ryan Fraser and Jacob Murphy haven't had the impact Howe would have wanted this season.

Everton are also in the market for a winger as they wish to improve on what has been an extremely disappointing season by their standards.

They currently sit in the bottom three, two adama traoré from safety but with a game in hand. It's thought the signing of Traore would be an improvement on the likes of Demarai Gray, Alex Iwobi adama traoré Andros Townsend out wide.

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A model attribution edit summary is Content in this edit is translated from the existing French Wikipedia article at [[:fr:Affaire Adama Traoré]]; see its history for attribution. • You should also add the template {{Translated-fr-Affaire Adama Traoré}} to the talk page. • For more guidance, see Wikipedia:Translation. Beaumont-sur-Oise, Val-d'Oise, Île-de-France, France Cause of death Contested, heart failure or adama traoré from sustained pressure Known for Alleged victim of police brutality Adama Traoré ( French pronunciation: ​ [adama tʁaɔʁe]; 19 July 1992 – 19 July 2016) [1] was a Black French [2] man who died in custody after being restrained and apprehended by police.

[1] His death triggered riots and protests against police brutality in France, with new resurgence and resonance since the murder of George Floyd that some perceived as being under similar circumstances in 2020. Of Malian descent, Traoré was born in Val-d'Oise. Contents • 1 Arrest and death • 1.1 Post-mortem reports • 2 Aftermath • 3 Legacy • 4 References Arrest and death [ edit ] On 19 July 2016, Adama Traoré's 24th birthday, Traoré was out with his older brother Bagui in the Paris suburb of Beaumont-sur-Oise.

Police approached the pair, seeking to arrest Bagui for extortion with violence against a disabled woman. [3] [4] The officers requested to check their IDs, but Adama did not have his and fled. He was caught by officers, but fled again and was caught a second time. The officers locked a handcuff around one of his wrists, but Adama was having hard time catching his breath and requested a few minutes to rest, which they granted to him.

[5] At that point, one of the arresting officers was attacked and knocked to the ground by an unknown third party who fled the adama traoré, allowing Traoré to escape again to hide in a nearby house.

[6] [7] Three officers of the National Gendarmerie found him hiding under a sheet without the handcuffs and pinned him down to arrest him. [3] [6] Following his arrest, Traoré stood up on his own but officers claim he seemed to be in some physical distress.

[8] He was taken to a police vehicle and then to the nearby police station, a journey that took 3-4 minutes. On arrival at the station, the officers noticed Traoré had urinated on himself and was unconscious but they stated that he was still breathing.

[8] The officers placed Traoré on the ground and called the emergency services. [9] At that moment, Bagui, who had been handled by other officers, arrived at the station and upon seeing his brother on the ground he shouted: "Be careful with my brother, he has a health condition!". [10] When fire service paramedics arrived and saw Traoré was no longer breathing, they called an emergency medical team from the SAMU who tried to resuscitate adama traoré. After an hour, Traoré was declared dead at the scene.

[3] After his death Traoré was found to have been in possession of €1,330 in cash and a bag of cannabis. [11] Traoré had previously been convicted of various offenses–including rebellion and violence against the police, extortion, drug related offenses, and stealing–and had been incarcerated twice. He had been released from prison in May 2016, two adama traoré before his death. [10] He has also been accused of repeatedly raping his cellmate while incarcerated, whom the French penal authority subsequently compensated.

[12] Post-mortem reports [ edit ] A total of four autopsy reports were issued for Adama traoré. [13] Initially, experts failed to agree whether the cause of death was suffocation after the police pinned him to the ground, or other underlying medical conditions (such as sickle cell disease) or hyperthermia caused by the chase in a heat wave. Others suggested the possibility of adama traoré of drugs in his body contributing to his death, but adama traoré initial toxicology report on his vomit was negative for marijuana and alcohol.

[7] An additional toxicology report showed a high concentration of THC in his system, demonstrating that he had consumed cannabis at most up to 12 hours, and likely within two to three hours, before his death. [14] A French legal report in 2020 also maintained there was THC in his blood. [13] The official medical report eventually listed heart failure as cause of death. [15] A second autopsy commissioned by the Traoré family, however, listed asphyxiation from sustained pressure as the cause of death.

[7] Two hours after his death his body temperature was measured at 39.2°C (102.6°F) which the arresting officers' defense attorneys claim to be proof of hyperthermia. [16] Aftermath [ edit ] A lawyer specialized in police violence suggested that state medical examiners will tend to try to protect the system and lack independence.

[6] A subsequent internal police investigation exonerated the officers. [17] In interviews Traoré's sister has stated that she believes that his death was the direct result of excessive use of force by the police whereas the two autopsies and four medical reports ordered by the magistrates conclude that the police officers were not responsible for his death.

[18] [19] On July 10, 2020, the magistrates in charge of investigating the death of Traoré ordered a new medical report but this time to be carried out by doctors in Belgium.

[20] His death sparked major protests in Paris, Lyon, and Toulouse under the slogan Justice pour Adama (Justice for Adama). The protests styled themselves after the American Black Lives Matter movement, and similarly focused on the grievance voiced that Black and Arab communities in France suffer disproportionately at the hands of the police. [21] [2] Legacy [ edit ] On 2 June 2020 in Paris Traoré became a major symbol for anti-police brutality activists.

His older sister, Assa Traoré, became an anti-racism activist as a result of his death. [19] [7] Assa herself was sued for defamation by three police officers she accused of obstructing justice, with the trial commencing in May 2021. [22] On 29 May 2020, French legal authorities released a final report clearing the three officers involved of wrongdoing and triggering renewed protests.

[13] Protesters also expressed solidarity with the George Floyd protests, which erupted in the United States and elsewhere in late May. Demonstrations in Paris, Marseille, Lyon, and Lille honoured both Floyd and Traoré.

[17] On 2 June, over 20,000 protesters marched again in Paris, along with 2,500 in Lille, 1,800 in Marseille, and 1,200 in Lyon. [9] References [ edit ] • ^ a b Truong, Fabien (2018). Radicalized Loyalties: Becoming Muslim in the West. p. 80. ISBN 9781509519361. • ^ a b Zahir, Nabeela (2 September 2016). "In France, Black Lives Matter has become a rallying cry". al Jazeera. Retrieved 3 June 2020. • ^ a b c Halissat, Ismaël; Quentel, Amélie (1 August 2016). "Mort d'Adama Traoré : la vérité étouffée".

Libération.fr (in French). Retrieved 7 August 2020. • ^ "Un frère d'Adama Traoré condamné à 3 ans et demi de prison ferme pour racket et violences". Ouest-France.fr (in French). 26 April 2018. • ^ "Le 19 juillet 2016, de 17h15 à 19h05: les dernières heures d'Adama Traoré". Le Figaro.fr (in French). 8 June 2020. • ^ a b c Okello, Christina (3 June 2020). "French police brutality in the spotlight as Adama Traoré death surfaces again".

RFI. Retrieved 4 June 2020. • ^ a b c d Amrani, Iman; Chrisafis, Angelique (17 February 2017). "Adama Traoré's death in police custody casts long shadow over French society". The Guardian. Retrieved 3 June 2020.

• ^ a b Halissat, Adama traoré Quentel, Amélie (1 August 2016). "Mort d'Adama Traoré : la vérité étouffée". Libération.fr (in French). Retrieved 25 September 2020. • ^ a b "Who is Adama Traore and why are there protests across France in his name?". The Local France. AFP. 3 June 2020. Retrieved 4 June 2020. • ^ a b Raguenel, Louis de. "Les mensonges de l'affaire Adama Traoré : contre-enquête sur une instrumentalisation".

Valeurs actuelles (in French). Retrieved 25 September 2020. • ^ "Affaire Adama Traoré : ce qu'a dit le témoin-clé devant les juges d'instruction, quatre ans après sa première audition". Le Monde.fr (in French). 3 July 2020. Retrieved 7 August 2020. • ^ "L'homme qui accuse Adama Traoré de viol a été indemnisé".

Le Figaro.fr (in French). 22 July 2020. • ^ adama traoré b c Cole, Brendan (3 June 2020). "Paris Protests Erupt over Adama Traoré, Young Black Man Who Adama traoré like 'Our Brother' George Floyd in Police Custody".

Newsweek. Retrieved 4 June 2020. • ^ adama traoré d'Adama Traoré: une autre expertise affirme qu'il avait fumé du cannabis".

LExpress.fr (in French). 11 August 2016. Retrieved 5 July 2020. • ^ "Who is Adama Traore and why are there protests across France in his name?". www.thelocal.fr. Retrieved 4 June 2020. • ^ "Mort d'Adama Traoré: avant une nouvelle expertise, deux thèses qui s'affrontent".

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• ^ a b Konan, Aude (5 May 2020). "In Conversation: France's 'Black Lives Matter' Leader Assa Traoré is Still Fighting for Her Brother, Adama". OkayAfrica. Retrieved 3 June 2020. • ^ le 10/07/2020 - 13:58, Par franceinfo-Radio France Mis à jour le 10/07/2020 - 16:10 – publié (10 July 2020). "Affaire Traoré : les juges d'instruction ordonnent une nouvelle expertise médicale, confiée à des médecins belges".

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Barcelona have reportedly turned down the chance to sign Wolverhampton Wanderers winger Adama Traore on a permanent deal this summer.

The Spanish international left Molineux in January after struggling for regular minutes this adama traoré under Bruno Lage, with Traore returning back to former club Barcelona for the rest of the season.

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When Adama traoré departed, the terms of the deal included an option for Xavi’s side to sign Traore permanently for a fee of €30m (£25.3m) this summer. The 26-year-old has started just three times in La Liga since his move and it is now being reported that Traore’s stay in Spain is not being extended. As reported by journalist Fabrizio Romano, Barcelona have opted against triggering their extension option on Traore and he will return to Wolverhampton when the season expires.

The report also suggests that Traore may again leave Wolves once his loan deal expires, suggesting that his long-term future may be away from Bruno Lage’s side. It has also been reported elsewhere that Portuguese forward Trincao, currently on loan at Wolves from Barcelona, will return to Catalonia in the summer, with Wolves opting not to sign him on a permanent deal. The 22-year-old has played 25 times in the Premier League this season, a run that has included 16 league starts, but he has scored just once in England’s top-flight.

He has also added just one assist in the league. Wolves currently find themselves eighth in the Premier League table and only three points behind West Ham United in seventh, giving them a chance of qualifying for the Europa Conference League.

Wolves also have a game in hand on the Hammers. Image: Sergio Adama traoré / Pressinphoto / Icon Sport) Where will Adama Traore be playing his club football next season? Have your say in the comments section. Wolves have four games left in their season to earn a return to European football next season. However, they are one of just three Premier League teams to have lost each of their last three games, alongside already-relegated Norwich City and Watford, who are set to be relegated this weekend.

The Old Gold’s hopes of qualifying for the Europa League are all but over following the last three defeats, but Wolves can still get into Europe’s third club competition should adama traoré end the season well. Lage’s side’s fixtures are by no means favourable, with their last four including meetings with each of the top three teams in the Premier League.

They head to Chelsea on Saturday, just four days before hosting current league leaders Manchester City at Molineux. Their penultimate game of the campaign comes at home to Norwich before a trip to Anfield to take adama traoré Liverpool on the final day of the season.

In the 2019/20 season, Wolves qualified for the Europa League and got to the quarter-final stage in what was their first season in the competition since it was called the UEFA Cup in the 1980/81 campaign.

Wolves’ star midfielder Ruben Neves could also be on the way out of the West Midlands this summer, having been linked with interest from Manchester United recently. Read More
Name in home country: Adama Traoré Diarra Date of birth: Jan 25, 1996 Place of birth: L'Hospitalet de Llobregat Age: 26 Height: 1,78 m Citizenship: Spain Mali Position: attack - Right Winger Foot: right Player agent: Gestifute Current club: FC Barcelona Joined: Jan 29, 2022 Contract expires: Jun 30, 2022 Contract option: Option to buy On adama traoré from: Wolverhampton Wanderers Contract there expires: Jun 30, 2023 Social-Media:Current team Barcelona (F.C.

Number 11 Youth career Hospitalet 2004–2013 Barcelona Senior career* Years Team Apps ( Gls) 2013–2015 Barcelona B 63 (8) 2013–2015 Barcelona 1 (0) 2015–2016 Aston Villa 11 (0) 2016–2018 Middlesbrough 61 (5) 2018– Wolverhampton Wanderers 123 (8) 2022– → Barcelona 10 (0) National team ‡ 2012 Spain U16 5 (0) 2012–2013 Spain U17 5 (1) 2013–2014 Spain U19 6 (0) 2018 Spain U21 2 (0) 2020– Spain adama traoré (0) * Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 7 May 2022 ‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 1 December 2021 Adama Traoré Diarra (born 25 January 1996) is a Spanish professional footballer who plays as a winger for La Liga club Barcelona, on loan from Wolverhampton Wanderers, and the Spain national team.

Traoré began his career with Barcelona, appearing mainly for the reserves. In 2015, he signed for Aston Villa and a year later Middlesbrough, before joining Wolverhampton Wanderers in August 2018. He was loaned back to Barcelona in 2022. Traoré has represented Spain internationally at both youth and senior levels, making his senior debut adama traoré 2020. Contents • 1 Club career • adama traoré Barcelona • 1.2 Aston Villa • 1.3 Middlesbrough • 1.4 Wolverhampton Wanderers • 1.5 Return to Barcelona • 2 International career • 3 Style of play • 4 Personal life • 5 Career statistics • 5.1 Club • 5.2 International • 6 Honours • 7 References • 8 External links Club career [ edit ] Barcelona [ edit ] Traoré playing for Barcelona B in 2012 Traoré was born in L'Hospitalet de Llobregat, Barcelona, Catalonia, to Malian parents.

[4] He joined Barcelona's youth setup in 2004 at the age of eight, after a brief period with neighbouring L'Hospitalet. [5] In 2013 he was promoted to the B-team, and made his debut on 6 October in a 0–1 away defeat against Ponferradina in the Segunda División championship.

[6] On 9 November 2013, Traoré came on as a half-time substitute but was sent off for conceding a penalty in a 0–3 loss to Real Jaén at the Mini Estadi.

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{INSERTKEYS} [7] Two weeks later, he played his first La Liga game at the age of only 17, replacing Neymar late on in the 4–0 home win over Granada; [8] he made his first appearance in the UEFA Champions League on 26 November, coming on for Cesc Fàbregas in the 82nd minute of a 1–2 defeat away to Ajax in the group stage.

[9] Traoré also featured for Barcelona's under-19 side in the inaugural edition of the UEFA Youth League, playing five times and netting twice as they won the trophy. [10] He scored his first official goal for the Blaugrana's main squad on 16 December 2014, playing 16 minutes and contributing with a solo goal in an 8–1 home demolition of Huesca in the 2014–15 Copa del Rey. [11] Aston Villa [ edit ] On 14 August 2015, Traoré joined Premier League club Aston Villa on a five-year deal for a reported £7 million (€10 million) that could rise to €12 million, with Barcelona inserting a three-year buy-back clause in his contract.

[12] He made his debut eight days later against Crystal Palace, and his cross led to an own goal from Pape Souaré eight minutes after he had entered the game as a substitute for Carlos Sánchez.

[13] He scored his first goal three days later, the team's first of a 5–3 home win over Notts County in the second round in the League Cup. [14] Traoré came on as a second-half substitute for the last-placed Villans away to relegation rivals Sunderland on 2 January 2016, and via a counter-attack he assisted compatriot Carles Gil's aerial volley equaliser – he was later replaced himself through injury, and his team lost 3–1.

[15] Following that game, he was dropped from the team due to indiscipline, [16] as the season ended with relegation. Middlesbrough [ edit ] On 31 August 2016, Traoré signed a four-year contract with Middlesbrough for an undisclosed fee and Albert Adomah moved in the opposite direction. [17] He made his debut on 10 September 2016 in a 1–2 home loss to Crystal Palace, replacing Cristhian Stuani for the final nine minutes; [18] during his first season, he took part in 31 matches without scoring.

[19] Traoré played during 2017–18, first under Garry Monk and then Tony Pulis, with his pace sometimes causing several problems for opposition defenders, including an impressive performance against Leeds United on 2 March 2018 in a 3–0 win.

[20] He totalled five goals and ten assists during the campaign as his team reached the play-offs in the Championship, [21] where they were knocked out by his former side Aston Villa; [22] consequently, he won Middlesbrough's Fans' Player of the Year, Young Player of the Year and Players' Player of the Year awards.

[23] Wolverhampton Wanderers [ edit ] On 8 August 2018, Traoré joined newly promoted Wolverhampton Wanderers on a five-year deal for an undisclosed fee [24] in the region of £18 million. [25] He scored his first goal for the team and in the Premier League on 1 September – in his 40th appearance in the competition – in a 1–0 win away to West Ham United. [26] His first start occurred on 27 October, in a 0–1 away defeat to Brighton & Hove Albion. [27] On 6 October 2019, in his 50th competitive appearance for Wolves, Traoré scored both goals in a 2–0 away victory against reigning champions Manchester City.

[28] He scored his first goal in UEFA European club football as Wolves drew 3–3 away to Braga in the UEFA Europa League group stage on 28 November. [29] Traoré scored his debut Molineux goal for his club in a 1–2 defeat to Tottenham Hotspur in the Premier League on 15 December 2019. [30] He won the PFA Player of the Month award for January 2020 with 45 percent of fan votes. [31] Traoré's first goal for Wolves in the 2020–21 season came in their 1–0 home victory over Crystal Palace in a FA Cup third-round game on 8 January 2021.

[32] Traoré marked his 100th Premier League appearance for Wolves with his tenth goal for the club in a 2–1 victory over Brighton & Hove Albion at Molineux on 9 May 2021. [33] Traoré scored his debut goal of the 2021–22 season on 15 January 2022, in a 3–1 Premier League victory over Southampton at Molineux.

[34] Return to Barcelona [ edit ] On 29 January 2022, Barcelona announced that they had reached an agreement with Wolverhampton Wanderers to bring Traoré back on a loan, with a contract until 30 June 2022 and an option to make the deal permanent. [35] International career [ edit ] On 17 February 2014, the Malian Football Federation reported that Traoré and his older brother Moha had decided to represent Mali at senior level. [36] However, in an interview with BBC Sport in October 2015, the former stated that he was still considering his international options.

[37] He made his debut for the Spanish under-21s on 22 March 2018, playing 15 minutes in the 5–3 away win over Northern Ireland in the 2019 UEFA European Championship qualifiers.

[38] In November 2019, Traoré declared that he wanted to play for Mali. However, days later he received his first call-up to the Spanish national team for Euro 2020 qualifying matches against Malta and Romania in place of injured Rodrigo. [39] He pulled out of the squad himself due to injury, and was replaced by Pablo Sarabia.

[40] In January 2020, he said he had not decided between Spain and Mali after a photograph of him posing with a Mali shirt circulated online, saying "I am grateful (to have the chance) with the two international teams - Spain where I was born and Mali where my origins are." [41] In August 2020, Traoré was again called up ahead of Spain's September UEFA Nations League matches against Germany and Ukraine.

[42] However, he was removed from the squad after testing positive for COVID-19 on 31 August. [43] He missed the Germany match as he awaited the result of the second test to determine if the initial result was a false positive. The second test result was negative and Traoré rejoined the squad on 3 September, ahead of the Ukraine match. [44] On 6 September, Traoré was once again ordered to leave the camp after a PCR test showed a high antibody count.

[45] On 7 October 2020, Traoré made his first appearance for Spain in a friendly match against Portugal, coming on as a substitute in the 62nd minute. The match ended in a scoreless draw. [46] On 10 October, Traoré again came on as a substitute for Spain in a Nations League match against Switzerland.

[47] Both Mali and Spain had named Traoré to their respective squads for their matches during the October international fixture window, [48] but with his appearance in a competitive match against Switzerland, he is cap-tied to Spain and FIFA eligibility rules prevents him from representing Mali.

[49] On 24 May 2021, he was included in Luis Enrique's 24-man squad for UEFA Euro 2020. [50] Style of play [ edit ] Tim Sherwood, Traoré's manager at Villa, compared him to both Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo, saying he had "a bit" of both. Catherine Wilson of ESPN FC credited his "athleticism", though also remarked that his "footballing brain and teamwork skills are definitely up for debate".

[51] In 2018, ESPN's Matt Stanger acknowledged Traoré's pace and strength, and added that he "is now showing the composure to find the killer pass", while boasting "rapid acceleration" and "excellent close control to shield the ball from defenders"; Stanger also believed Traoré's "defensive contribution" to be developed, pointing his key weaknesses as "moments of recklessness" and "decision-making" which "continues to frustrate his teammates"; [52] he was also described by Teesside Gazette's Philip Tallentire as a 'talismanic playmaker', after his form during the 2017–18 season.

[23] The Daily Mirror listed Traoré second in the top 10 fastest players of the 2019–20 Premier League Season, with a top speed of 23.48 mph. [53] While with Wolverhampton Wanderers, after his first three appearances as a substitute, Michael Butler of The Guardian reported: "Traoré has always been regarded as a rough diamond, lightning quick but perhaps lacking composure or an end product.

[...] Per 90 minutes, nobody in the Premier League has created more chances than the 22-year-old or completed even half the number of successful dribbles: Eden Hazard has 5.56 to Traoré's 11.87. [54] Personal life [ edit ] Traoré's elder brother, Moha, is also a footballer. [55] Traoré is a Muslim. [56] Career statistics [ edit ] Club [ edit ] As of match played 7 May 2022 [57] Appearances and goals by club, season and competition Club Season League National Cup [a] League Cup [b] Europe Other Total Division Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Barcelona B 2013–14 Segunda División 26 5 — — — — 26 5 2014–15 Segunda División 37 3 — — — — 37 3 Total 63 8 — — — — 63 8 Barcelona 2013–14 La Liga 1 0 0 0 — 1 [c] 0 0 0 2 0 2014–15 La Liga 0 0 2 1 — 0 0 — 2 1 Total 1 0 2 1 — 1 0 0 0 4 1 Aston Villa 2015–16 Premier League 10 0 0 0 1 1 — — 11 1 2016–17 Championship 1 0 0 0 0 0 — — 1 0 Total 11 0 0 0 1 1 — — 12 1 Middlesbrough 2016–17 Premier League 27 0 4 0 0 0 — — 31 0 2017–18 Championship 34 5 2 0 2 0 — 2 [d] 0 40 5 Total 61 5 6 0 2 0 — 2 0 71 5 Wolverhampton Wanderers 2018–19 Premier League 29 1 5 0 2 0 — — 36 1 2019–20 Premier League 37 4 2 0 0 0 15 [e] 2 — 54 6 2020–21 Premier League 37 2 3 1 1 0 — — 41 3 2021–22 Premier League 20 1 1 0 2 0 — — 23 1 Total 123 8 11 1 5 0 15 2 — 154 11 Barcelona (loan) 2021–22 La Liga 10 0 — — 6 [e] 0 — 16 0 Career total 269 21 19 2 8 1 22 2 2 0 320 26 • ^ Includes Copa del Rey, FA Cup • ^ Includes Football League/EFL Cup • ^ Appearance in UEFA Champions League • ^ Appearances in Championship play-offs • ^ a b Appearances in UEFA Europa League International [ edit ] As of match played 8 September 2021 [58] Appearances and goals by national team and year National team Year Apps Goals Spain 2020 5 0 2021 3 0 Total 8 0 Honours [ edit ] Barcelona Youth • UEFA Youth League: 2013–14 [10] Barcelona • Copa del Rey: 2014–15 [11] Individual • Segunda División Team of the Year: 2013–14 [59] • Middlesbrough Fans' Player of the Year: 2017–18 [23] • Middlesbrough Players' Player of the Year: 2017–18 [23] • Middlesbrough Young Player of the Year: 2017–18 [23] • PFA Player of the Month: January 2020 [60] References [ edit ] • ^ "Squads for 2016/17 Premier League confirmed".

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💪🏻 ¡¡Vuestro grito de ánimo será nuestra energía en la lucha por el Campeonato de Europa!! #SomosEspaña #SomosFederación t.co/KY87e0im3p" (Tweet) (in Spanish). Retrieved 24 May 2021 – via Twitter.

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