After Dembele's unconfirmed future and Ansu Fati's long-term injury, FC Barcelona has secured the signature of Adama Traore on a loan deal from Wolves. The player who developed at the La Masia seems to be the one Xavi will entrust the Left Wing position in his care. As a football fan, do you think he will improve the Barcelona attack threat?
Adama made a name for himself in the Premier League, even though many people believe his form has suffered a drop in recent seasons. For Wolves, he tormented defenders with his pace, strength, and skills. The Top teams were not spared. At a point, the Spaniard winger could have walked straight into the starting eleven of most big clubs.
Dembele's recent performances do not give hope to the supporters. If Fati is out, then the coming of Adama is an excellent move. The player has a big point to prove that the club wasn't right to have given up on him during his first tenure. Again, per the club's financial standings and the timing of the transfer market, landing on Adama can't be that bad an option.
With Ferran Torres on the right, Adama on the Left and the striker soon to be in, Xavi can survive the La Liga top 4 scare, excel in the Europa League and regain the pedigree of the Blaugranas once again. However, the big question is "Can the signings yield results immediately?".
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