Wolves forward Raul Jimenez is reportedly on his way to Manchester United this summer window after the club signed a replacement.
Jimenez has been in a spectacular form this campaign, scoring 20 goals and having nine assists in all competitions.
Wolves could still qualify for the Champions League after finishing 8th on the table – if they win the Europa League trophy next month, but Jimenez’s is set for an exit, according to Portuguese broadcaster RTP.
It is reported that he will join United and that Wolves have already signed Paulinho as his replacement.
They claim Paulinho will sign for Wolves for £27million – a transfer move which is orchestrated by super-agent Jorge Mendes.
Paulinho has been outstanding for Braga this campaign, scoring 25 goals and getting nine assists in 48 matches.
He is believed to be a direct replacement for Jimenez and Manchester United is reported to be his next club.
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United extended Odion Ighalo’s loan to January to support Anthony Martial but he clearly wants to sign a new striker.
This means that the emergence of Mason Greenwood does not appear to stop Solskjaer from signing a new striker.