Wolverhampton Wanderers fans are looking forward to a season back in the Premier League. However, some of those who helped Wolves to the top-flight will not be hanging around. Alfred N’Diaye is one such player. Signed on loan from Villarreal in August last year, the Senegal international played 30 games for the club, helping them to win promotion.
But Wolves have decided not to pursue a permanent move for the player.
But should Nottingham Forest take a run for the player?
Forest, just as Wolves have done, are using super-agent Jorge Mendes to bring in new talent. That has been evident with the arrivals of Gil Dias, João Carvalho and Diogo Gonçalves. Mendes, using his contacts at Villarreal, was the man who put together the N’Diaye deal at Wolves – as reported by the Express and Star.
There is no doubt that the Senegal midfielder would be a welcome presence at the City Ground. He is currently performing well at the World Cup with the Lions of Teranga and was a good addition to the Wolves side that won promotion last season.
Nottingham Forest need to improve all over the pitch and bringing in a player of N’Diaye’s standard is something they should definitely consider.
With Mendes capable of putting such a deal together, Nottingham Forest should certainly consider it.