After securing victory on the opening weekend of the previous campaign, Wolverhampton Wanderers would have been hoping to push on in the Premier League under the guidance of Nuno Espirito Santo. However, the club's plans were severely impacted by Raul Jimenez's injury in November as the Mexico international was forced to watch on from the sidelines for the remainder of the season.
Wolves have reportedly made a bid to try and sign Kaio Jorge in the summer transfer window. The Lowdown: Jimenez cover needed Losing Raul Jimenez to injury for most of the 2020/21 season was certainly a big blow to the Midlands club in their hopes of finishing in the top half of the Premier League table and qualifying for European competition.
Wolves hero John Richards says Raul Jimenez return to action next season will give the club a huge lift. Jimenez has spent months out with a fractured skull but Wolves are hoping he will play a full part in next season. And Richards, who scored 194 goals in his time at Molineux, cannot wait to see him leading the line again.
Wolves striker Raul Jimenez is closing in on his comeback from a skull fracture. Jimenez has not played since fracturing his skull over eight months ago in a Premier League game against Arsenal. According to the Daily Mail, the Mexican could be in line to feature when Wolves take on Crew in a friendly on July 17th.
Club great John Richards says Raul Jimenez’s return will give Wolves a ‘massive boost’ – and believes the Mexican will be as sharp as ever. Jimenez has spent months out with a fractured skull but Wolves are hoping he will play a full part in next season.
Wolves striker Raul Jimenez set to play in pre-season friendly next month in his first match back since fracturing his skull EIGHT MONTHS ago
Raul Jimenez could return for Wolves during their friendly with Crewe in July The Mexican striker has not played since he fractured his skull in November He is set to meet new boss Bruno Lage when he returns to training on July 5 Raul Jimenez is in line to make his comeback for Wolves next month after a career-threatening injury that has kept him out of action since last November.
Wolves journalist Joe Edwards has been sharing his thoughts on Old Gold striker Raul Jimenez and what next season could hold for the Mexican. This comes after Edwards made an appearance on a recent video from the Express & Star’s YouTube channel alongside Nathan Judah where the pair spoke about the club’s current attacking players.
Nuno Espirito Santo remains favourite to replace Carlo Ancelotti as Everton manager Everton's search for a new manager is about to enter its third week after the shock departure of Carlo Ancelotti. At the beginning of the month, it was confirmed that the Italian was to return to Real Madrid, taking over the club from Zinedine Zidane, in a move that surprised everyone at Goodison Park.
Former Premier League striker Dean Windass has told The Transfer Tavern in an exclusive interview that he would like to see Bruno Lage try Adama Traore up front for Wolves. Before his horrific head injury, Raul Jimenez had been leading the line for Wolves. Meanwhile, Traore has mainly been used down the right-hand side.
Liverpool forward Diogo Jota has joined forces with a host of European stars "When football meets blockchain you know it's going to get crazy," declared Diogo Jota on his Twitter account back in April. The Liverpool forward was one of a number of Portuguese and Spanish players to sign up with tech software firm Zilliqa to get in on some of the action that has been booming across the Atlantic during 2021.
It was a frustrating season for the entire Wolves squad but none more so than their strikers, with Raul Jimenez being out injured from November and Willian Jose and Fabio Silva managing just five goals between them. However, Wolves legend, Steve Bull, believes that Jimenez and Silva could be a great partnership under Bruno Lage.
Just a matter of weeks after Nuno Santo decided to leave his role with Wolves, the Old Gold have a new manager at the helm. He is Portuguese, he is young and surprise, surprise, he is part of Jorge Mendes’ Gestifute agency. On the chalkboard
Wolves striker Fabio Silva is excited knowing Raul Jimenez will be fit to play next season. It is hoped star man Jimenez, having fractured his skull last November, will return at the start of 2021/22. On Jimenez, 18-year-old Silva said: “I have a good relationship with Raul, he helped me a lot.
Arsenal are considering a move for Wolves star Ruben Neves, the Express & Star understands. The London side have made contact with Wolves to express their interest in signing the midfielder this summer. But while early talks have been held, a transfer is only likely to take place if the Gunners can sell some of the players on the fringes of their squad.
When you think of great goal scorers in the Old Gold, several players will come to mind. Raul Jimenez has been a remarkable asset to Wolves in recent years but he still has a long way to go in order to replicate the achievements of a certain Steve Bull.
Wolves journalist Tim Nash has been sharing his thoughts on the upcoming summer transfer window and the possible business that the Midlands club could look to do in it. This comes after Nash made a guest appearance on the Always Wolves Podcast where he spoke about a variety of subjects concerning the Old Gold.
Wolves legend Steve Bull believes Nuno Espirito Santo could come back to haunt Wolves, claiming the ex-manager could raid Molineux for some of the stars that he achieved success working with. Nuno announced last month that he would be leaving Wolves, bringing his four-year spell at the club to an end.
The former West Brom manager believes Nuno may have been a victim of his own success and has outlined the challenges facing his successor this summer Sam Allardyce has expressed his surprise at Nuno Espirito Santo’s departure from Wolves as he outlined the challenges facing his successor at Molineux.
Wolves legend Steve Bull admits he still cannot understand the departure of Nuno Espirito Santo as manager. The Portuguese coach announced at the end of the season that he was departing a team he had coached for four seasons. Wolves finished the Premier League season in 13th place, as they struggled with the long term absence of striker Raul Jimenez.