Jimenez leaves Wolverhampton for Fulham…Romano “HERE WE GO!”

Hwang Hee-chan (27) teammate Raul Jimenez (32) is expected to leave Wolverhampton for Fulham (England).카지노사이트

European soccer transfer market expert Fabrizio Romano announced on his personal social media account on June 24 (KST), “Wolverhampton’s Raul Jimenez is heading to Fulham. The two clubs have finalized all agreements and all formalities, including paperwork, will be finalized this week,” he wrote, followed by his trademark “HERE WE GO!” sign.

According to Romano, the transfer fee is expected to be around £5.5 million and will be subject to a medical once personal agreements are finalized.

Fulham are currently being linked with Saudi Pro League side Al Hilal for their star striker Aleksandar Mitrovic, 29. Fulham have been unwilling to let him go, but Mitrovic has expressed his displeasure and is inching closer to leaving the club. As a replacement for the striker, the club has brought in Jimenez, who has experience in the English Premier League (EPL).

Jimenez’s future at Wolverhampton has been uncertain over the past few weeks. He was not included in head coach Julen Lopetegui’s (57) plans for the season and was looking to leave the club. With only one year left on his contract, a parting of the ways with the club was a foregone conclusion.

Jimenez made his debut with Club America (Mexico). He then moved to Atletico Madrid (Spain) and then to Benfica (Portugal), where he performed moderately well (31 goals in 120 games) before leaving on loan to Wolverhampton in 2018.

In 18-19, he scored 17 goals and provided eight assists in 44 games, helping Wolverhampton to a seventh-place finish and earning a permanent move the following season. In 19-20, he was the team’s ace with 27 goals and 10 assists in 55 games, establishing himself as one of the best strikers in the EPL.

However, he suffered a horrific injury in the 20-21 season. He collided with David Luiz (36-CR Flamengo) in a contested match against Arsenal, fracturing his skull and sidelining him for a long time. He returned in the 21-22 season but was never the same player (9 goals, 6 assists in 56 games) and eventually left the club this summer after five years.