Wolves Winger Adama Traore Has Been Called Up To Two Different International Squads
Wolves winger Adama Traore has a decision to make after being called up to squads for the upcoming international break.
The 24-year-old has been called up by birth country Spain for a second time after being forced to pull out of the last squad due t contracting COVID-19.
However, he is also eligible to play for Mali through his parents and three days ago the African country announced they had included him in their squad for upcoming fixtures.
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Despite being named in the Mali :flag_ml: squad for their upcoming friendly game against Ghana :flag_gh: in October, @Wolves winger ADAMA TRAORÉ has also been listed in the Spain squad for their games against Portugal, Switzerland and Ukraine. pic.twitter.com/D6qMry224G
- N U H U :tm: (@NuhuAdams_) September 29, 2020
Traore, who is from Catalonia and came through the Barcelona academy, has represented Spain at youth level from Under 16's right through to the Under 21's.
It's quite the dilemma for the former Middlesbrough and Aston Villa man, who must now make his mind up very quickly before he embarks on senior international football.
Spain take on Portugal next Wednesday before they play UEFA Nations League matches against Switzerland and Ukraine. Mali, meanwhile, host Ghana in a friendly on 9 October.
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