Wolverhampton striker Raul Jimenez has lifted the lid on speculations linking him with a move to Spanish giants Barcelona and Real Madrid.
Jimenez was in fine form for Wolves before the Premier League was suspended due to the outbreak of the coronavirus. His performance saw the forward linked with a number of clubs including Barcelona and Madrid. Jimenez says he is committed to the project at Molineux but admits it's impossible to reject such an opportunity.
"If an offer comes from Real Madrid or Barcelona, it is obvious that you do not miss such an opportunity, but I want to stay and fight to qualify for the Champions League and for important things," he told ESPN.
"I find out through social media that they have already put me at Real Madrid, Chelsea, Manchester United, Arsenal… Every day a new team comes out. You have to be calm."
The Mexican has netted 22 goals in 44 games in all competitions for the Wanderers.
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