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Raúl Jiménez completes medical ahead of Fulham transfer

The Tepeji-born center-forward was one of the leading attacking threats at the Molineux for five seasons despite suffering a serious head injury against Arsenal in the 2020-21 season, scoring 57 goals across 166 appearances in all competitions.


Mexican international striker Raúl Jiménez edges ever-closer to officially swapping Wolverhampton for the banks of the Thames in London after completing his medical ahead of a move to Premier League overachievers Fulham.

The Cottagers have already agreed to a fee of £5.5m to bring the 32-year-old Wolves man to Craven Cottage this summer as revealed by football insider Fabrizio Romano, with the final bits set to be completed.

Jiménez will join the senior setup under Marco Silva to replace Serbian star Aleksandar Mitrović looks set to join the summer exodus to the Roshn Saudi League, with a move to Al-Hilal said to be edging closer, while Wolves have already sealed a deal for versatile Brazilian forward Matheus Cunha.

The Tepeji-born center-forward was one of the leading attacking threats at the Molineux for five seasons despite suffering a serious head injury against Arsenal in the 2020-21 season, scoring 57 goals across 166 appearances in all competitions.


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