The manager of Tigres UANL Miguel Herrera has revealed there has not been any bid from Wolves for defender Carlos Salcedo.
The Mexico international is into the final year of his contract now, meaning there could be a bit of pressure on the club to sell.
Supposedly, Wolves have an interest in the 28-year-old, who is an international teammate of Raul Jimenez.
According to W Deportes, three other sides are keen on Salcedo – Bordeaux, Pameiras and Galatasaray.
It remains to be seen if Wolves do go in for him.
Interestingly, since the claim about Wolves being interested, there has been a report that Wolves will listen to offers for Willy Boly.
The Ivory Coast international has really struggled for fitness this season, and it seems the club may look to offload him.
But back to Salcedo, and Tigres boss Herrera has said that there hasn’t yet been any approach from Wolves or any other side.
He said in his press conference a couple of days ago: “No we are not (thinking about Salcedo situation). We are focused on tomorrow’s match (vs Santos).
“We’ve talked with him about the game. If we receive an offer or something related to him, then he will discuss it with the board and we will talk about it. Right now, there’s nothing.”
Could Wolves make a move for Carlos Salcedo, as Miguel Herrera comments on situation?
Bruno Lage has again reiterated his desire to strengthen this month.
He wants a new centre-back, but it seems Wolves may well have to sell Adama Traore to free up funds.
No approach or bid has been made by Wolves for Salcedo. But this is definitely one to keep an eye on.
Especially with Willy Boly now linked with an exit from Molineux.
Given the presence of Jimenez at the club, it might be something that has legs.
Herrera’s comments certainly suggest that the Tigres would be open to any offers for the player who, as mentioned previously, will soon become a free agent.