Jimenez relishing 'interest from Real, United and Liverpool'

Wolves star Raul Jimenez relishes ‘incredible’ transfer interest from Real Madrid, Manchester United and Liverpool as he aims to move to a ‘historic’ club

  • Raul Jimenez had an impressive campaign prior to the season being suspended
  • He scored 22 goals in 44 games and attracted interest from a number of sides
  • The 29-year-old has now admitted it is ‘very cool’ to be linked to top teams 
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Raul Jimenez has admitted being linked to the likes of Real Madrid, Liverpool and Manchester United is ‘very cool’.

The Wolves striker impressed prior to the coronavirus pandemic pausing the campaign, hitting 22 goals in 44 matches in all competitions and has caught the eye of a number of sides.

There are suggestions that a number of huge sides could be keen on the 29-year-old for the upcoming window. 

Wolves striker Raul Jimenez has admitted being linked to a number of huge sides is ‘very cool’

And Jimenez himself has admitted that interest from them will help motivate him on the pitch. 

‘It is something very cool, I do not know if they will be true, they are rumours,’ Jimenez said while being interviewed on YouTube by Jessica Coch.

‘Since they are talking about me, different teams like Real Madrid, Barcelona, ​​Juventus, Manchester City, Manchester United, Liverpool – they are teams that are important in football history.

‘It is an incredible thing to be on the radar and on the lips of those teams. It is something good for me to continue growing, making an effort and taking it as an incentive so that, if possible, I can achieve it.’

The 29-year-old has had an impressive campaign, scoring 22 goals in all competitions

Jimenez was then pressed on which of the teams he would like to sign for, if he was given the opportunity to choose.

But the Mexico international insisted he would not choose one in case it came back to haunt him in the future.

‘My dream team? Whatever one that signs me would be incredible,’ he said.

‘Imagine that right now I tell you one and in the end I go to the rival, they will reproach me all the time, I will get into trouble!’

Wolves make their return to action on Saturday afternoon with a clash against West Ham. 

He refused to name a particular side he was keen to join in case it came back to haunt him




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