Despite being heavily linked with a potential move to sign Wolverhampton Wanderers winger, Adama Traore over the past few days, Premier League side, Tottenham Hotspurs seems to have been dealt a massive transfer blow with the Malian international now said to be edging closer to La Liga move.
According to the latest reports from reputable Journalist, David Ornstein, the Wolves' star winger is closing in on a move to Xavi Hernandez's Barcelona in an initial six-month loan deal with talks between the two clubs already at an advanced stage.
Moreover, the Blaugrana are believed to be hoping to make the move permanent at the end of the season in a €35million deal should he impress during his spell at the Nou Camp.
Meanwhile, according to multiple reports, the La Liga giants are looking to offload French international, Ousmane Dembele before the end of the current transfer window following the player's refusal to extend his contract at the club.
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