Wolverhampton Wanderers striker Raul Jimenez making good recovery

Wolverhampton Wanderers doctor Matt Perry has revealed that Raul Jimenez has made good progress since he underwent a surgery for a fractured skull. The Mexico international had a clash of heads with Arsenal’s David Luiz last weekend and he was barely able to move after the incident and was taken off the field with a stretcher.


Shortly after the game, it was revealed that Jimenez had underwent a surgery for a fractured skull and the striker has since regained consciousness and met up with his family. Club doctor Perry has now disclosed that the striker has made excellent progress in his recovery, but emphasised that he won’t provide daily accounts on the player’s situation.

WOLVES BOSS NUNO ESPIRITO DEMANDS MORE ACCURACY FROM HIS FORWARDS

Following their slender 1-0 win over Crystal Palace in the FA Cup on Friday night, Wolverhampton Wanderers head coach Nuno Espirito has issued a rallying cry to his forwards and called on them to be more lethal and ruthless in front of goal. He particularly singled out Fabio Silva and asked the forward to work on his finishing ability after they struggled to secure a win over their rivals.


The Wolves team ran out victors at the Molineux Stadium after an impressive solo goal from star forward Adama Traore was enough to send them through to the next round of the competition. However, Nuno believes Silva, who missed two golden opportunities to lay the game to bed, should be more clinical in front of goal to cement himself as a good striker.

CAPTAIN AMERICA RETURNS FOR WOLVES CLASH

Chelsea are set to welcome back American international forward Christian Pulisic back into their fold ahead of the Premier League trip to Wolverhampton Wanderers. The two teams meet at the Molineux on Tuesday evening in the first match of week 13 fixtures in the English topflight this term and Pulisic, also known as Captain America, is in line to return from a hamstring problem.


Pulisic returns to the squad for the Wolves game on the back of his absence for the Everton clash at the weekend. In the Premier League week 12 clash at Goodison Park on Saturday night, Gylfi Sigurdsson scored a first half penalty to hand the Toffees an impressive 1-0 victory over Chelsea.

Wolverhampton Concentrates on the Defense Line Up

Every team in football wants to make the defense line rock solid so that they don’t conceive goals even if they can’t score too. Thus Wolverhampton is concentrating to make their defensive organization stronger by signing Renato Sanches. The Portuguese midfielder plays a supportive role to the defenders being the defensive screen. He is also a regular member of the Portugal national team and has played against Spain, Sweden, and France in recent matches. He shares the dressing room with Rui Patricio, Ruben Neves João Moutinho, and Nelson Semedo. Sanches also played for top clubs of the football world like Bayern Munich.


Renato Sanches has played more than 100 matches in his career so far for many of the renowned teams like Benfica and Bayern Munich. Now he is playing for Lille, the French club where he is enjoying resurgence. He was awarded as the Primeira Liga Breakthrough Player of the tournament and Golden Boy when he used to play for Benfica. But this is not the end. Wolverhampton Wanderers are looking to sign some more players to increase the strength of the team. They have already taken Fabio Silva and Vitinha during the summer transfer window.

Ferdinand supports the idea of Manchester United signingRaul Jimenez

Former footballer Rio Ferdinand has said that Manchester United should be looking forward to signing Wolves striker Raul Jimenez. He believes that the player could offer more to the club. With the transfer window approaching, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will be focusing to strengthen his team for the next season. The speculations suggest that Solskjaer will be aiming to add another striker to the team. Anthony Martial has been doing great in the upfront and with Odion Ighalo,as the backup option, United is playing it safe in the forwards.

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