Wolves set to exercise Raul Jimenez option
The Express & Star have revealed happy news for all Wolves fans.
The local paper believe that Wolves will exercise an option to sign Raul Jimenez from Benfica this summer.
Raul Jimenez has been on loan at Molineux from the Stadium of Light this season.
However Wolves have a fixed option to sign Jimenez on a permanent deal, and the club are ready to pull the trigger:
Wolves have an option to buy the 27-year-old for a fee of around £30million at the end of Jimenez’s season-long loan deal from Benfica.
It’s an exclusive option and the ball is in Wolves’ court as to whether to make the move a permanent one. A contract and wage structure has already been agreed between the parties.
Jimenez has been in brilliant form for Wolves this season with 14 goals.
It's increasingly likely that Raul Jimenez will become a Wolves player on a permanent basis. Final decision due before the end of the season but all signs pointing to Wolves taking up their £30m option. Wages and contract all agreed. #wwfc https://t.co/vOzwaU91vl
— Tim Spiers (@tim_spiers_Star) March 14, 2019
Other Wolves transfer updates
The Express & Star also drop a couple of other interesting notes regarding how Wolves may operate in the off-season:
Wolves are already working hard on their summer recruitment strategy and it’s believed they will again favour a ‘quality over quantity’ approach with next season’s squad.
The paper also confirm that rumours linking Wolves to Benfica’s Joao Felix are wide of the mark.