Despite his previous links with FC Barcelona, Adama Traore has explained why he would see no problem making a move to Real Madrid if the chance ever arrived.
Traore has found his feet in England, and has been vital to Wolverhampton Wanderers in the Premier League season with four goals and four assists.
Traore was given his Barcelona debut by Tata Martino at the age of 17 in a 4-0 win over Granada in 2013, but was unable to become a consistent figure in the side.
Even with his history with the Catalan giants, the Catalan-born winger admitted he would be open to a move with Los Blancos in the future if there was no option to return to the Camp Nou.
"If I have the opportunity to go to Madrid, I will leave," Traore told El Espanol.
"There was a misunderstanding with Barcelona when I left the club, it was not the best manner of exiting the club but that is a story I will keep to myself.
"Of course I would like to return to Spanish football, but I promised myself I would be a success in England.
"My training? I don't do weights. It's hard to believe, but I don't do weights. It's genetic. I exercise, but I gain mass very quickly."
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