The future of Jesús Tecatito Corona is still uncertain. The 27 years old Mexican attacker is currently at Porto but may be leaving the Portuguese side as the club entered a huge crisis and debts a big quantity of money. Tecatito has a reported value of $30 million and that could be the money for which Porto let him out.
Even though there are many interested clubs in signing him there is one that tempts the Mexican more than any other. That is Wolverhampton, where Corona could reunite with his compatriot Raúl Jiménez who is currently having a great season and with which he could conform an incredible attacking duo.
Tecatito’s contract with Porto ends on June 2022 but, far away from waiting for that date, Porto is considering him transferable and looking forward to selling him. Wolves have the money to do the signing, as they invested $10 million more when signing Jiménez on July 2019 for $40 million.
Jiménez played 108 games for Wolverhampton in which he scored 48 goals and gave 18 assists. Corona had 231 appearances at Porto, where he scored 30 goals and gave 61 assists. The duo, that many times shared squad at Mexico national team, can now meet at England as well.