The administrator reacted to a case from the Mexico supervisor that the striker would be an ideal fit at Old Trafford
Wolves supervisor Nuno Espirito Santo says he isn’t worried by Mexico manager Gerardo Martino’s ongoing cases that Raul Jimenez ought to be an objective for Manchester United.
Jimenez has developed into a star with Wolves since joining the club from Benfica in 2018.
The Mexico universal scored 17 objectives in his presentation season, making his underlying season-long advance move lasting all the while.
This season, Jimenez has scored 24 objectives in all rivalries to drive Wolves into 6th in the Premier League just as the last 16 of the Europa League.
The 29-year-old striker has earned connects to enormous clubs because of his goalscoring abuses, with Man Utd and Juventus among those reputed to be intrigued.
Martino said that a transition to Old Trafford would be best for the striker, given the club’s requirement for an unadulterated No. 9.
However, Nuno says he isn’t too stressed over any move for the club’s star striker, demanding that the emphasis stays on pushing forward to finish the Premier League season.
“It is anything but an issue for us, we have an opposition and a game to play,” Nuno said.
“We have a ton of things before us. It’s not the second to consider whatever else. I’m certain Raul is absolutely, 100 percent concentrated on what he needs to do at Wolves.
“They are things which you can’t control, it’s dependent upon you to choose if you focus or not. I appreciate Tata [Martino], he is a major administrator, and truly, it doesn’t divert us.”
Wolves most as of late fell in a 2-0 thrashing to Arsenal, snapping a run of three successive triumphs to start the Premier League’s restart.
Jimenez has scored two of Wolves’ four objectives since the opposition commenced again while additionally netting 33 percent of the club’s Premier League objectives all through the crusade.
Up next for Wolves is a conflict with Sheffield United at Bramall Lane on Wednesday before then facilitating Everton on Sunday at Molineux.
Wolves as of now sit three focuses behind fifth-place Manchester United and six focuses behind fourth-place Leicester City in the race for Champions League spots.