Adama Traore has had a mixed time since swapping Wolves for Barcelona in the January window. The player moved on a loan deal, and has failed to consistently impress for the Blaugrana, with a distinct lack of minutes recently under Xavi Hernandez’s orders.

Unless something changes, or unless Wolves offer a too-good-to-be-true deal in the summer, it looks like Adama will be on his way back to the Premier League side, when his future will need to be sorted out.

Adama has also had worries away from the pitch, reports Monday’s edition of Sport. The player’s brother Moha Traore, who plays for Cornella, is facing ‘several months’ away from football with a pulmonary thromboembolism.

There was initial concern the condition could be genetic, and therefore tests were carried to see if it could impact the rest of the family.

Thankfully, that’s not thought to be the case, and Sport say Adama Traore ‘breathed easily’ when finding out.