Super agent Jorge Mendes has started 'reviewing offers' for Wolves striker Raul Jimenez, with a report claiming a move to a top six Premier League side is a possibility.
Jimenez has been one of Wolves' best players so far this season, scoring a combined 15 goals in the Premier League and Europa League, with the Wanderers going well in both competitions.
Wolves made Jimenez's loan move from Benfica permanent for £34m in April but Marca - as reported by SportWitness - suggest he could be on the move again shortly.
The report claims Mendes is already assessing potential moves for next summer, adding that ‘everything indicates the zeroes will roll in that possible transfer’. Basically, Wolves stand to make a healthy profit if the 28-year-old does leave.
Their thought is that Jimenez could leave for a fellow Premier League team, although no specific side in particular is mentioned. Instead, they rather grossly claim England's top flight is ‘prone to inbreeding’, in that players move between clubs more frequently than other leagues.
Right now, Jimenez may not feel an increased desire to leave Wolves.
The club have qualified for the knockout stages of the Europa League, in part due to a few crucial goals from the Mexico international, while they could move up to fifth in the Premier League if they beat West Ham on Wednesday and Tottenham fail to win at Manchester United.
Wolves may also not feel the need to sell one of their more prized assets, given how enthusiastically the squad has been refreshed during the two summer transfer windows since their return to the Premier League.
One of Wolves' main attacking strengths last season was the partnership between Jimenez and Portugal international Diogo Jota, though the latter has failed get going this season, managing just one goal in 12 Premier League appearances, also being sent off in Europa League game at Slovan Bratislava.
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