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Changes at Wolves, Raúl Jimenez would leave the team for this reason

The Mexican would have his hours numbered at Wolves.

Raul has had a difficult season.
Raul has had a difficult season.

Sky Sports reporter and Wolves fan Johnny Phillips has claimed that there will be "significant transfer activity" this summer at Wolves. The Wanderers have had a good campaign in 2021/22 and are on course for a top-eight finish.

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However, in recent weeks there has been a sense of disappointment surrounding Wolves. The club has had fantastic opportunities to be even higher up the table. But there have been some poor results of late, meaning that Wolves are unlikely to secure European soccer for next season.

According to Phillips, changes are afoot at Molineux. 

"This will be a summer of change with significant transfer activity, perhaps more than in any other window during this period of the Premier League."

"The spine of the squad will change, with more than one central defender on the way and a strengthening of the midfield and forward positions also coming”.

One of the players who would leave is Raúl Jiménez and this would be the main reason.

Why would Raúl Jiménez leave?

Mexican striker Raúl Jiménez is close to his worst goal-scoring season since he moved to Europe almost eight years ago.

The Wolverhampton striker has scored six goals so far this season and this weekend he was blanked in the match against Chelsea. The player from Tepeji del Río scored against Southampton, Everton, West Ham, Watford, and Tottenham, the only team he scored against that is fighting for the Champions League places.

Without counting the previous season in which he suffered his head injury, Raúl Jiménez has his worst record. Even before the skull fracture he suffered against Arsenal, he had scored four goals in just six games, and that match against the Gunners was the last game he played in the soccer year.

The last time Jiménez scored was on March 10 against Watford. Despite his drought, the Mexican center forward has not lost his starting place by starting 27 games and being a substitute on only four occasions.

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