Mexican striker Raúl Jiménez suffered a severe injury last weekend during Wolverhampton's visit to Arsenal for the Premier League. Although the victory was achieved against a rival of the so-called greats in the English league, but the day had a very negative connotation because of what happened.
The skull fracture will force the Mexican to have a long recovery time and because the calendar is so tight, it is too long for the institution not to have a quality striker like Raul, who has been a star for the institution since his arrival. That is why the club's board is already thinking of bringing in another Latin American footballer with similar characteristics to those of the Mexican.
The Portuguese strategist Nuno Espirito Santos would have welcomed the arrival of the Uruguayan center forward Maximiliano Gómez, although his contract clause that is around 140 million euros would be a very important obstacle for the Wolves team, who would hardly be willing to pay it.
In any case, the difficult economic times that Valencia is going through and who owns his file, could make a proposal that can be interesting for the English board and thus be able to hire the Uruguayan footballer since he is urgently needed. Up for now, The Wolves, who are in seventh place of the general table, 4 points behind the leaders, will face Liverpool for another round of the championship.