Manchester united manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is desperate to continue his spending spree as he’s keen to recruit a reliable striker that will bolster the attack line for the Red Devils side, oyogist.com reports.
The 47-years-old Norwegian manager is focus on building a more stronger and competitive team that will enable the manager challenge for the premier league tittle in few seasons to come. However, the united boss who’s keen to make few signings this summer transfer window, has identified Wolves forward Raul Jimenez, as a player that will bolster the frontline for the club next season.
The 29-years-old Mexico international who is valued around £50-£60M, seems to be ready to make a move that will make his fans see him play for the Manchester united side next season, as latest report has stated that the Wolves side are already lining up his replacement at the club.
Raul Jimenez who has gathered enough experience playing at Benfica, Mexico and in the premier league for his recent years, will definitely a massive boost for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer who narrowly missed out on signing fellow Norwegian man Haaland, after the young star choice Borussia Dortmund over Manchester united because of few reasons.
No doubt, the star who has proven his quality and wonderful performance at the Premier League club and his country side, will help the united side challenge for the premier league tittle alongside Antonio Martial who has been on a blazing form for few seasons now.
The star who has been a regular starter at the premier club was featured in 53 appearance, scored 26 goals and he had 10 assists in all competitions this season.
The Norwegian manager and former Manchester united star Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, has previously spoken of United’s need to sign a top-class striker that can break his nose just to get a goal, and Mexico star Jimenez would fit the bill after showing off his goal scoring ability.
Latest report has confirmed that the 29-year-old is heading for Old Trafford as Wolves have all but agreed a deal to sign his successor Paulinho from Sporting de Braga for €30million (£27m) , according to RTP.