After the Mexican striker's contract was renewed, all the world wants to know Raúl Jiménez's salary at Wolves: how much money does he earn with his contract in the Premier League?
More news about Raúl Jiménez:
The Mexican striker renewed his contract with the team after returning from his terrible injury, and little by little he is regaining his physical rhythm.
How much does Raúl Jiménez earn with his contract in the Premier League?
Raúl Jiménez signed a 4-year contract for $11, 172, 992.90 million dollars with Wolverhampton Wanderers F.C., including an average annual salary of $2, 793, 248.22 million dollars.
In the face of rumors of a possible departure, Wolves renewed the Mexican striker until 2024. The English team is the place where the national team has shown its best level in its career with more than 45 goals scored.
Through their social networks, Wolves announced Jiménez's contract extension. Just in 2019, the English team bought the Mexican for a figure close to 40 million dollars and signed him until 2023.
After a great second season in the Premier League and rumors about a possible departure to Juventus and Manchester United led Wolverhampton to renew Raúl Jiménez's contract for another year.
What have the numbers been like since he arrived at Wolverhampton Wanderers F. C?
Since his arrival at Wolverhampton in 2018, Raúl Jiménez became the team's goal scorer. In 103 games played in the club's jersey, the America youth product has scored 46 goals.
The Mexican player experienced a radical change in the price of his contract in recent months. He went from costing 25 million euros when he signed with Wolverhampton to double that figure and be valued at 50 million euros.
Raúl Jiménez's words after his renewal:
"It's very special for me because from the first moment both Nuno and the club, Wolves, gave me that confidence that I was looking for so much in a European team. Now that I have it, I'm very happy and I'm not going to let it go. I want to keep working hard, doing important things at this club to continue to be at the forefront of the team and world soccer," he told the club.
Raúl Jiménez is probably the best Mexican footballer today thanks to his level at both club and national team levels. Without a doubt, the striker is in the best moment of his career.
He made his debut in 2011 and has accumulated to date 422 games in which he has scored 145 goals between his teams (Club América, Atlético, Benfica, and Wolverhampton) and the Mexican National Team.