Wolverhampton Wanderers winger Adama Traore has suggested that his representatives are monitoring any developments at Barcelona this summer.
After progressing through the academy system at Camp Nou, Traore made four appearances for the first team before being sold to Aston Villa in 2015.
The attacker, now 25 years of age, is an established Spain international, a reward for his performances over the past three years at Molineux.
However, with just two years remaining on his contract, Traore is being linked with a transfer elsewhere, and it appears that another stint at Barcelona is on his agenda.
Speaking to Spanish reporters, Traore said: "Barcelona is my home, it is reality. I have grown up there, I have been there for 10 years.
"From here on we will have to manage with my agents and see what role Barca wants."
Traore has remained as an unused substitute during Spain's opening two fixtures at Euro 2020.