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Adama Traore Shopping In Sainsbury’s Whilst Wearing Spain Kit With His Own Name On It Is A Vibe

Jack Kenmare

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Adama Traore Shopping In Sainsbury’s Whilst Wearing Spain Kit With His Own Name On It Is A Vibe

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Wolves forward Adama Traore was spotted wearing a Spain kit with his own name on the back during this week's big shop at Sainsbury's, and it's vibe we can get on board with.

The 26-year-old, who spent the second half of last season on loan at Barcelona, is set to stay at Molineux beyond this summer's transfer window, according to a report from The Athletic.

With one year left on his current deal at Wolves, no bids have been made for Traore as of yet.


The Spanish international, who was strongly linked with a move to Spurs in January, is currently recovering from a hamstring injury sustained during the off period.

And as the club's Premier League opener against Leeds draws near, the pacey Traore was spotted buying some Crunchy Nut in Wombourne Sainsbury's this week –– the ultimate recovery meal.

Paul, a Wolves season ticket holder, posted a picture of the former Middlesbrough man in the supermarket. He wrote: "Adama hasn't travelled to Portugal, unless he's getting a taxi from Wombourne Sainsbury's."

As you can imagine, Traore's decision to wear a shirt with his own name on the back brought about plenty of reaction on social media.

One fan wrote: "Respect the fact he wears his own shirt to ward off people asking for photos. 'Is that Adama Traore? Nah can’t be, he wouldn’t wear his own shirt around would he?'."

Another commented: "I appreciate that he wears his own Jersey to avoid any one having doubts about who they're seeing," while a third said: "I absolutely love that he's wearing his own kit. Legend."

Last week, Manchester City forward Erling Haaland was pictured doing his weekly shop in Sainsbury's.

And rather bizarrely, one newspaper analysed that visit by pricing up every item spotted in the Norwegian forward's trolley.

Alfie Haaland - the father of Erling - mocked the report on his own social media before Erling decided to get involved. And yes, he did pop over to M&S and buy a bag of Percy Pigs.

Topics: Adama Traore, Wolverhampton Wanderers, Premier League

Jack Kenmare
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