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Wolves marksman looks for a new career pathway

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After the latest transfer stories about the Mexico international, Wolves forward admits the uncertainty in the football industry.

Wolves striker Raul Jimenez still hopes to make a move as he is on the transfer list. Subsequently, the Mexico international opens up about interests from Manchester United and Real Madrid. However, Jimenez signed a new contract with Wolves earlier.

Furthermore, the versatile attacker confirmed fresh terms at Molineux Stadium until the summer of 2024.

Wolves nonetheless will make the most out of the long-term deal with Jimenez. The West Midlands club has set the price for their striker on full market value.

Although, the 29-year-old did not provide any information about his future move as of yet.

But despite being happy at Wolves, Jimenez knows that the future in football is uncertain.

The Mexican commented about the recent transfer rumors from all over Europe. He told Sky Sports: “I was on my days off, on holiday, and every day that I woke up I was at a new club.

“It was just rumours, that’s it. I’m happy here and happy to stay here.

“You always have to keep doors open for everything but never lose your mind. It’s going to be like this for all the transfer windows.

“If I stay, I’m very happy and I’m going to keep playing the same. If I have to leave, well it’s going to be part of it. We are professional football players and it is part of our life.”

Aims and ambitions.

Additionally, Jimenez is sure that Wolves will be able to the European glory of lifting the Champions League trophy.

“I think so,” he said when asked if a top-four finish can be chased down.

“If we continue working like we are doing in the last two seasons, we did very good.

“Last season I think we deserved more. The last games we didn’t get want we want but we are a great team, a great family and if we stay together we can do it.”

Jimenez though wants to achieve the all-time goalscoring record at Wolves. The former man Steve Bull put forward a challenge for the striker after his club-record of 306 goals.

“He was a very good player here at Wolves and I’m looking to make my own history. I’m here to help the team in our tasks,” Jimenez, who has 46 efforts to his name said of following in the footsteps of an icon.

“He asked me to beat his goal marks. I told him it will be difficult but I will try.”