Faye keen on Wolves switch
By Paul Higham
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Senegal international Faye is one of the players Auxerre boss Guy Roux has admitted could leave Stade Abbe Deschamps as he is desperate to hang on to the likes of Djibril Cisse, Jean-Alain Boumsong and Philippe Mexes.
26-year-old Faye is keen to try his luck in The Premiership, and his agent Willie McKay says that he is interested in a switch to Molineux.
"Faye is a top player who is very keen to play in the Premiership and very interested in coming to Wolverhampton," said McKay.
"Dave Jones and the chief scout George Foster know all about him and Jez Moxey is aware of the financial implications.
"He would cost around £3m. He is a Patrick Vieira-type of player who is the engine room of Auxerre.
After losing out at the last minute on Modeste M'Bami, Wolves will be very cautious in this latest bid and will not be counting their chickens.
McKay also represents 19-year-old Le Havre keeper Carlos Kameni and says that he will arrive at Wolves on Friday to put the finishing touches on his move.
Kameni wants to leave France following Le Havre's relegation last term, and is due to agree on a 12-month loan deal, although a permanent switch could still be on the cards.
"Carlos will arrive in Wolverhampton on Friday, although there are a few things to sort out.
"But he is one of the top keepers in the world and there is the possibility of a permanent move."