Wolves winger Adama Traore is understood to be on the radar of his former club Barcelona.
The 25-year-old insisted that he would soon hold talks with his representatives to sort out his future.
Traore said: “Barcelona is my home. I grew up there and was there for 10 years.
“I have to discuss things with my agents and see what role Barca needs for a return.”
Having progressed through the youth ranks of Barca, Traore got deprived of game time with the first team, which saw him move to Aston Villa in 2015.
After not-so-impressive spells with Villans and Middlesbrough, the Spaniard enjoyed back-to-back productive seasons at Wolves, eventually catching the eyes of many Premier League giants. He quickly established him one of the best wingers in the English top-flight, excelling at dribbling and ball carrying abilities.
However, Traore’s stock has slightly gone down following a lacklustre 2020/21 season, where he struggled to be a starter.
Nonetheless, Luis Enrique has called him to the Spanish national team for Euro 2020, and he recently appeared as a substitute against Slovakia.
Traore’s future at Molineux Stadium is up in the air after the appointment of Bruno Lagae, who is yet to decide whether the Spaniard will be central to his plans.
Elsewhere, the Blaugrana’s attack is currently stacked up with the likes of Memphis Depay, Sergio Aguero, Lionel Messi, Antoine Griezmann, Ansu Fati and Ousmane Dembele.