Wolverhampton Wanderers striker Raul Jimenz is set to stay with Wolves for another season despite interest from other clubs.
The Record states that the Mexican is not keen for a move after they welcomed a newborn baby and is keen to let his young family settle in Wolves.
“Raúl is happy in Wolverhampton and wouldn't like to leave. As far as I've talked to him, he says he doesn't come out. But it's true that there is interest from great teams and for a great offer everything can happen," a source said.
The striker has been vital to the club achieving back to back seventh-placed finishes since their return to the top flight and has been linked with a move to Manchester United and Juventus.
Reports in Portugal had claimed that Jiménez was on his way to United, with Braga's Paulinho joining Wolves for €30m as his replacement.
Raúl Jiménez would be a fantastic signing! 17 goals and 6 assists for Wolves this season. A proven goalscorer and a different type of striker to Martial - it's a Yes from me!— Therese 🇳🇴 (@ThereseUTD) July 30, 2020