What is Adama Traore Religion?

Adama Traoré Diarra is a Muslim by religion. He was born on 25 January 1996. This young man is simply known as Adama, is a Spanish professional footballer who plays as a winger for Premier League club Wolverhampton Wanderers and the Spain national team. With his speed and strength, he is one of the fastest players in the world.

Traoré began his career with Barcelona, appearing mainly for the reserves. In 2015, he signed for Aston Villa and a year later Middlesbrough, before joining Wolverhampton Wanderers in August 2018. He was loaned back to Barcelona in 2022.


Traoré has represented Spain internationally at both youth and senior levels, making his senior debut in 2020.

Career Life of Adama Traoré

Traoré was born in L’Hospitalet de Llobregat, Barcelona, Catalonia, to Malian parents. He joined Barcelona’s youth setup in 2004 at the age of eight, after a brief period with neighbouring L’Hospitalet. In 2013 he was promoted to the B-team and made his debut on 6 October in a 0–1 away defeat against Ponferradina in the Segunda División championship.

What Is Adama Traore Religion
Adama Traoré

On 9 November 2013, Traoré came on as a half-time substitute but was sent off for conceding a penalty in a 0–3 loss to Real Jaén at the Mini Estadi. Two weeks later, he played his first La Liga game at the age of only 17, replacing Neymar late on in the 4–0 home win over Granada; he made his first appearance in the UEFA Champions League on 26 November, coming on for Cesc Fàbregas in the 82nd minute of a 1–2 defeat away to Ajax in the group stage.

Traoré also featured for Barcelona’s under-19 side in the inaugural edition of the UEFA Youth League, playing five times and netting twice as they won the trophy. He scored his first official goal for the Blaugrana’s main squad on 16 December 2014, playing 16 minutes and contributing with a goal in an 8–1 home victory over SD Huesca in the 2014–15 Copa del Rey.


In 2018, ESPN’s Matt Stanger acknowledged Traoré’s pace and strength, and added that he “is now showing the composure to find the killer pass”, while boasting “rapid acceleration” and “excellent close control to shield the ball from defenders”; Stanger also believed Traoré’s “defensive contribution” to be developed, pointing his key weaknesses as “moments of recklessness” and “decision-making” which “continues to frustrate his teammates”; he was also described by Teesside Gazette’s Philip Tallentire as a ‘talismanic playmaker’, after his form during the 2017–18 season. The Daily Mirror listed Traoré second in the top 10 fastest players of the 2019–20 Premier League Season, with a top speed of 23.48 mph.

While with Wolverhampton Wanderers, after his first three appearances as a substitute, Michael Butler of The Guardian reported: “Traoré has always been regarded as a rough diamond, lightning quick but perhaps lacking composure or an end product. […] Per 90 minutes, nobody in the Premier League has created more chances than the 22-year-old or completed even half the number of successful dribbles: Eden Hazard has 5.56 to Traoré’s 11.87


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