Premier League side Wolverhampton Wanderers and Laliga giants FC Barcelona are set to agree on a swap deal involving Adama Traore and Trincao.
Trincao and Adama have been at Wolves and Barcelona respectively on loan deal since January and both have played their part in the various teams in ensuring that they stay longer than initially planned.
According to Sport, both players will permanently join the teams where they are currently playing with the deal currently being worked at by agent Jorge Mendes who is a stakeholder at Wolves.
📰[MD] | The continuity of Adama Traoré is not at all clear right now despite the brilliant start of his second stage as a Barça player. It looks like Wolves are not going to exercise the purchase option on Triñcao, which makes it difficult for Adama to stay. #fcblive pic.twitter.com/Kz2d1HBCPV
— BarçaTimes (@BarcaTimes) March 25, 2022
Traore has been very impressive since joining Barca in January, scoring and assisting in important games for recently installed coach Xavi and the Spaniard is said to be keen on keeping him beyond this season.
The news comes after claims emerged that Wolves are not willing to sign Trincao permanently in a move that might see a permanent move to Barcelona for Traore stall. The Laliga giants are said too to have turned their attention on Raphina as they are preparing for life without Ousmane Dembele whose contract with the club ends in the summer.