Adama Traore and Luuk de Jong to leave Barcelona as loan deals end

Traore is returning to Wolverhampton Wanderers, the Premier League club that loaned him to Barca, while de Jong, who was loaned to the Catalan giants from Sevilla, is heading to PSV Eindhoven.

Archive image of Adama Traoré. PA

Barcelona: Adama Traore and Luuk de Jong are leaving Barcelona after completing their loan deals, the club announced on Saturday.

Traore returns to Wolverhampton five months after leaving the English club to join Barcelona, ​​the hometown club he played for as a youngster. He failed to score in 21 appearances for Barcelona and never established himself as a regular starter for Xavi Hernández.

Barcelona opted not to exercise the clause to make his move permanent for a fee of 30 million euros ($31 million).

De Jong has played for Barcelona since arriving from Sevilla at the start of last season. The Dutch striker scored seven goals as a little-used substitute.

Sevilla announced on Saturday that they have agreed to transfer De Jong to Dutch club PSV Eindhoven, where he played before joining Sevilla in 2019.

Barcelona are struggling to sign players due to their high wage bill and large debts. This week he sold 10% of his Spanish league television rights for the next 25 years for over 200 million euros. It is linked with interest in luring striker Robert Lewandowski from Bayern Munich.

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