In Mexican soccer, Raúl Jiménez is one of the great national references in European football. The Wolverhampton player has become an outstanding element of the squad that competes in the Premier League; however, his continuity with Wolves could be in doubt to make way for a new club in his extensive career.
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Raúl Jiménez has not had his best season since suffering his head injury, but he is still the team's best scorer this season. However, Wolverhampton has not been good in the campaign either, so, after 35 games played, Bruno Lage's team is out of European places.
This would make it easier for the Mexican striker, Wolves' all-time leading scorer in the Premier League, to leave the club because they would not be competing in Europe.
Which team would consider buying Jimenez?
It was recently reported that the Aztec striker would be in Bayern Munich's orbit for next season, meaning that he would leave the English team to join the German squad during the summer market. According to the English portal Football Fancast, Jiménez would be one of the club's prospects.
The media said that if Robert Lewandowski leaves Bayern, the club would negotiate with Wolves to sign Raúl Alonso; they would then enter into talks with the Mexican player to convince him and bring him to Munich.
The transaction would depend on what Lewandowski, Bayern's current striker, decides since in recent days it has been rumored that the Bavarians would let go of their goal-scoring star but on the condition that they find a replacement, according to different media in England.
No formal proposal has been made by Bayern
Jiménez himself has not expressed anything in relation to the version that puts him out of Wolves. An important point to note is that the Mexican wolf has a contract with the English squad until June 2024, so if Raul Alonso decides to leave his current team he would have to negotiate with the board to terminate his contract early.
It should be noted that the Polish player has already expressed his intention to leave Bayern Munich at the end of the season; although the club offered him a renewal, the historic Polish striker rejected it, so the Bavarian giant would be willing to pay an amount close to four million euros for Lewandowski to leave.
On the sports market, Raúl Jiménez is worth 22 million euros, according to the soccer statistics portal Transfermarkt.