The Mexican striker, connecting up with the Red Devils, said he was happy at his present club right now.
Raul Jimenez demanded that at Wolves he was “happy” amidst Manchester United associations.
Jimenez, 29, is getting a charge out of another productive season, scoring 24 goals for Wolves in 47 games leading to apparent United interest.
Be that as it may, the Mexico international said he was happy at the Molineux, where he previously arrived on loan from Benfica in 2018.
“I’m exceptionally happy to be here. It feels generally excellent. Two years here have been unbelievable, I think we made that association since the start, since my transfer here,” Jimenez said, via the club’s site.
As of late, Jimenez has kept the leave entryway open, it is hard to overlook any interest from Barcelona or Real Madrid. He also talked about his pride in interfacing with Wolves’ household rivals, with his sticker price claiming to have ascended to around the £ 90 million ($111 m) mark.
The Mexican is as of now getting a charge out of being cleared along for the ride, and while talking about the speculation he is generating with Telemundo, there is no conclusive call for his future offered once more.
Jimenez said last month: “I’m amazingly happy with the Wolves here as a matter of first importance. I am in a place where we made an unimaginable association from the absolute first second. I am no stranger to all that gossipy tidbits, consistently another team comes out, each day another offer comes out, I don’t have the foggiest idea what number of millions. It is acceptable to realize that they are talking about you, yet what I have to do to make that happen is to keep carrying out my responsibility here with the Wolves.”
Jimenez helped Wolves sit 6th in the Premier League, attracting interest from somewhere else as well as his teammate Adama Traore.
The forward applauded Traore, who has scored four goals in the league this season and gave nine assists.
Jimenez said: “Each striker wants a team-mate with his conditions. He can cross from anywhere, you realize he will be at the final line and he’s going to cross, so you have to be there at the perfect time to score. We train on it in the week. We talk to each other before the games, or in the training meetings, so we realize where we will be, his intersection, and where I have to move. It is anything but a fortuitous event, it’s something we train and work for.”
Wolves are next in real life when they have Arsenal on Saturday.