‘It is good to know that they are talking about you’: Manchester United target Raul Jimenez welcomes transfer talk as Wolves slap £90m price tag on star
- Wolves striker Raul Jimenez is attracting plenty of attention ahead of summer
- The Midlands club have reportedly slapped a £90million price tag on his head
- Jimenez has now opened up on rumours and says he is happy to be talked about
- Wolves are battling with Manchester United for a spot in the Champions League
Manchester United target Raul Jimenez has welcomed talk of a Wolves exit this summer after admitting he is delighted to see his name linked with top clubs.
The Mexican striker has been prolific in his two seasons in the Premier League and at 29 is now being linked with a whole host of big names.
Jimenez has now broken his silence on the transfer rumours surrounding him, with Wolves reportedly slapping a £90million price tag upon his head.
Raul Jimenez has opened up on talk surrounding his potential transfer in the summer window
Mexican striker Jimenez (second left) has been prolific since joining Wolves two seasons ago
He told Telemundo: ‘First of all I am very happy here with Wolves. I am in a place where from the first moment we made an incredible connection.
‘I am no stranger to all that [the rumours], every day a new team comes out, every day a new offer comes out, I do not know how many millions.
‘It is good to know that they are talking about you, but what I have to do to make that happen is to continue doing my job here with the Wolves.’
Jimenez, pictured taking on Aston Villa after the restart, has 41 goals in 91 games for Wolves
Wolves will be desperate to keep hold of Jimenez and have slapped £90m price tag on his head
United are one club that appear to have a keen interest in signing the striker, although any deal may hinge on whether they secure Champions League football.
In fact, there is still a chance Wolves will finish above their rivals, with the two teams sitting level on points after 32 matches.
They are currently fifth and sixth respectively in the Premier League table and are embroiled in a fierce battle for Champions League football next season.
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