According to Marca (h/t Sport Witness), Raul Jimenez could be on his way out of Wolverhampton Wanderers. The 28-year-old’s agent, Jorge Mendes, is said to be ‘reviewing offers for next summer’, but it’s unknown what club he could join.
Wolves paid £34m for Jimenez in July after a successful loan spell last season. He’s gone on to contribute 21 goals in 25 games in all competitions and will be valued considerably higher than what was paid five months ago.
The Mexican international has had a hand in 47% of Wolves’ Premier League goals, so it’s easy to see why clubs will be interested. Whether the Midlands outfit would considering letting their star centre-forward leave remains to be seen, however.
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Jimenez scored six goals in six Europa League qualifiers, three in five group games and six in 14 league outings. He’s found the back of the net in seven of his last nine appearances in all competitions and is one of the hottest strikers on the continent.
A big-money move away for the 28-year-old would land Mendes with a lot of riches, so he may not have Wolves’ best interests at heart. Time will tell if he’s granted a departure next summer, however.