Wolverhampton Wanderers have explodified their transfer record to secure the services of Raul Jimenez on a permanent deal.
Wolves have struck a £32million deal with Benfica to sign the Mexican international, who has scored 15 goals and laid on 8 assists in 37 games so far this season while on loan from the Portuguese side.
RAUL IS STAYING! #RaúlSeQueda
— Wolves (@Wolves) 4 April 2019
Jimenez has agreed a four-year contract at Molineux which is due to begin when the transfer officially goes through on 1st July.
At that point, the striker’s fee will eclipse Wolves’ previous highest outlay on a player: the £18million they spent on Adama Traore last summer.
Decent bit of business all the same, we should coco. Jimenez looks tailor-made for the Premier League.