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Sky Sports Transfer Centre have basically paraphrased this article:

http://www.mundodeportivo.com/futbol/fc-barcelona/20150803/201097739785/adama-de-gira-por-inglaterra.html

TRAORE IN TALKS WITH THREE PL CLUBS

Barcelona starlet Adama Traore will visit the facilities of three Premier League clubs and negotiate with each of them this week, according to Mundo Deportivo.

The teenager’s future has been subject to heavy speculation in recent weeks and it was reported on Monday that he has already travelled to Merseyside to undergo a medical with Liverpool.

However, according to Mundo Deportivo, the winger, who has been granted permission to miss Barca B training sessions this week, will use his time in England to visit the facilities of Liverpool, Stoke Cityand Aston Villa and hold talks with all three Premier League sides before deciding his next destination.

Traore, who is under contract until 2018, has a €15m buyout clause. Barca would prefer to sell him rather than loan him out, although they would look to include a buyback clause into any transfer.

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Yeh why not. Under 21 so won't affect squad numbers. I've seen and heard absolutely nothing of him but he's from the Barca Academy so will have been brought into the footballing world the right way

However, please no buy-back clause!

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If Liverpool are interested surely this is going nowhere?

They aren't, the Liverpool Echo journalist debunked it. Looks like it is between us and Stoke.

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Aston Villa have stepped into the chase for Barcelona winger Adama Traore.

The 19-year-old has been consistently linked with a move to Liverpool but the Anfield club are not pursuing a deal for the Barcelona B starlet.

Adama, as he is known, has been a long-term target for Stoke City, who remain keen, but Villa have emerged as favourites.

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Aston Villa boss Tim Sherwood is keen on signing Barcelona starlet Adama Traore this summer

The Spain Under 19 international is represented by the same agents who look after Jose Angel Crespo, the right-back Villa signed from Cordoba last week.

Villa have discussed paying a fee to take the winger on loan for the season, while a permanent £7million deal - with buy-back clauses included - is also an option. 

Adama has been compared to Everton signing Gerard Deulofeu though Barcelona coaching staff believe he has greater potential owing to his willingness to listen and adapt.

He has already played for Barcelona's first team and made his La Liga debut as a 17-year-old substitute replacing Neymar in a 4-0 win over Granada.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-3184950/Aston-Villa-talks-sign-Barcelona-starlet-Adama-Traore-Stoke-miss-winger.html#ixzz3hquPZjXo

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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-3184950/Aston-Villa-talks-sign-Barcelona-starlet-Adama-Traore-Stoke-miss-winger.html

 

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I'm not really sure where he'll play...yes it's about a Squad ect but we seemingly already have players for right wing/right forward.

Kind of worrying we are buying players for attacking roles & not a centre half m.

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I'm not really sure where he'll play...yes it's about a Squad ect but we seemingly already have players for right wing/right forward.

Kind of worrying we are buying players for attacking roles & not a centre half m.

We've been playing Bacuna on the right-wing all preseason, I'd say another winger is quite a big priority.

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