NOSS ACADEMICIAN TRAINED AT JMG ACADEMY OF MALI TRANSFERRED TO TURKISH CHAMPIONSHIP
On loan to FC Metz last season, AS Monaco midfielder Adama Traoré (25) is leaving the French league. Last week, according to Goal reports, Turkish first-division club Hatayspor began talks to sign the Malian, whose contract ends in 2021, and which has never really won over ASM.
Finally AS Monaco announce that they have reached an agreement with Hatayspor, currently 14th in the Turkish league, for the transfer of the 25-year-old Malian midfielder. Five years after his arrival in July 2015 from LOSC, Adama Traoré will now continue his career in Turkey. AS Monaco have reached an agreement to transfer the 25-year-old midfielder to Hatayspor, club from Antakya city, currently 14th in the Turkish Premier League.
A good loan last year in Metz
Revealed in the North where he started his career with the Lille reserve in 2014, before making a thunderous debut with the pros in Ligue 1 a year later, Adama joined the Principality club in 2015. Frère d ‘Hamari Traoré, Rennes side-defender Adama, a midfielder of Malian origin, plays 27 matches with AS Monaco (5 goals, 2 assists), including three in the Champions League.
After several loans, notably at Cercle Bruges and Metz last season (16 games, for 1 goal and 4 assists), his future is now emerging in the south of Turkey. AS Monaco wish him the best for the rest of his career.
Spent in Lille between 2014 and 2015 before joining Monaco for the sum of 14M €, Adama Traoré Ballon d’Or of the 2015 U20 World Cup in New Zealand, presented himself as a great hope and his hasty departure from Lille was disappointed more than one.
After six excellent months at LOSC, then a transfer to the tune of € 14m to AS Monaco, Adama Traoré failed to win on the Rock due to numerous injuries and tried to revive himself several times on loan (Rio Ave, Cercle Bruges, FC Metz). At 25, the Malian attacking midfielder decided to join Hatayspor, a Turkish first division club and will try to revive himself by having a full season.