Winger from Guinea in talks with Wolves

Now it begins to happen, folks!
The Parisian paper L’Equipe wrote this morning that Wolves are in talks with the Guinea international Fodé Mansaré.

The Toulouse winger is said to have arrived in England yesterday afternoon to discuss with Mick McCarthy.

Mansaras agent Elhadj Nabe says to the paper:

“it could be a loan deal for six months with an option to purchase.

Fodé Mansaré is 28-years-old and has struggled for playing time this season and made just seven appearances, scoring one goal. In five seasons at Toulouse he has scored only eight goals.

He has scored two goals for Guinea in 25 cups and he is predominantly a left winger but can also play on the right or through the middle. He has been described in France as an unpredictable dribbler who struggles for consistency.

Hmm. Something for Wolves??! Judge for yourselves!


~ by paddytheflea on January 5, 2010.

2 Responses to “Winger from Guinea in talks with Wolves”

  1. Seems like a great addition to our squad. We need wingers who can do more than deliver crosses. Exiting to see how he will adapt to premier league and to our play. Seems like he is very fast, but then, most of the defenders in premiership are. He represents to me another X-factor, together with Milijas, who can produce the unexpected, the marvellous on his own with his skills. He’ll certainly bring color to our team.

  2. I addition we sign up Adam Johnson. Clever moves from Mick as our wingers are a bit injury prone: Kightly and Jarvis. And with the further bolstering of the defence and central midfield we’ll stay up for sure!!

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