Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur have received a boost in their reported quest to sign Raul Jimenez from Wolverhampton Wanderers.
According to The Times, Wolves will sell Jimenez in the summer transfer window.
However, the Wanderers will part company with the Mexico international striker only at a substantial profit, having paid €38 million (£33.92 million) to sign him, according to the report.
According to ESPN, North London rivals Tottenham and Arsenal are interested in signing Jimenez from Wolves in the summer transfer window.
The Times has claimed that Manchester United and Juventus have enquired about the 29-year-old Mexico international striker.
The striker’s father, who is also called Raul Jimenez, recently told Media Tiempo, that he is “very happy” at Wolves and finds speculation on his future “very cool”.
According to WhoScored, Jimenez has scored 13 goals and provided six assists in the Premier League and has scored three goals and provided three assists in the Europa League for Wolves so far this season.
Football in England is suspended at the moment due to the global health crisis, and it remains to be seen how much clubs spend on new players in the summer transfer window amid the economic uncertainty caused by the global health crisis.