Raúl Jiménez was being one of the best Mexican players in the world during 2020, not to say the best one. The attacker had an incredible number of goals scored both for Wolverhampton and for Mexico national team this year. But a crash with David Luiz on the game his side played against Arsenal ended everything.
The forward won’t be playing until next year as he suffered a skull fracture that will leave him several issues to play normally once again. It is even said that he may be needing a helmet to play once again and that he will have certain problems giving headers.
After all, Wolves are working to find who may be arriving to the club soon and replacing Jiménez. After many rumors, one of the players pointed is Hulk, the Brazilian attacker aged 34 who has just left Shanghai SIPG after more than four years and could move to any time he wants to as a free agent.
Hulk decided not to sign a new contract and leave for free, as after the COVID-19 pandemic there are many important clubs in the world willing to incorporate players for free. The Brazilian, once called the successor of Ronaldo Nazario, could be one. During his professional career he played at Vitória, Kawasaki Frontale, C’dole Sapporo, Tokyo Verdy, Porto and Zenit.