Wolverhampton Wanderers star Raul Jimenez has been linked with interest from Premier League rivals Manchester United and Liverpool, after an impressive campaign, and the Mexican has been told it's time to move on after Wolves missed out on next season's Champions League spot.
This season, the Mexico international superstar has scored an impressive 17 goals in the Premier League and 10 goals in the Europa League, with 10 assists in all competitions.
As a result of his fabulous form for Wolves, the 29-year-old striker has been heavily linked with a move away from Molineux, with Premier League rivals Manchester United and Liverpool both reported to be keen on the Mexican forward.
Mexican football expert Sergio Dipp has offered his thoughts on what Mexican striker Raul Jimenez should do following Wolves' exit to LaLiga side Sevilla in the Europa League.
Raul Jimenez told 'leave Wolves now' by Mexican football expert Sergio Dipp, amid Manchester United and Liverpool transfer links.
Wolves lost 1-0 to the Spanish side after Jimenez saw his 13th minute penalty saved.
Mexican football expert Sergio Dipp has told the Mexican attacker, it's time for him to secure a departure from the West Midlands for a top team.
"Leave Wolverhampton now," Sergio Dipp wrote for ESPN, as reported by the Birmingham Mail.
"The best thing Raul Jimenez can do is change of scene. The English League has been very good for him, but the team has been too small for him.
29-year-old Jimenez missed a glorious chance to give Wolves the lead against Sevilla when his penalty was saved.
Dipp added: "He should have a thirst for revenge and a desire to demonstrate at the highest level, because in May he will turn 30 and naturally the window will be closing.
"So he has to take advantage of the fact that he is coming off the best season of his career."
Raul Jimenez, who joined Wolverhampton Wanderers from Benfica, on 12 June 2018, has scored 44 goals in 99 matches for Wolves, providing 18 assists for the Premiership side.
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