Wolves top-scorer Raul Jimenez has been linked with a move to Man United with the Red Devils chief Ed Woodward urged to make a move for him in this summer transfer window.
Raul Jimenez has been tipped by former Chelsea defender Jason Cundy to make a better striker than Argentina’s Sergio Aguero and Tottenham’s Harry Kane for Man United if they snap him up.
Having scored 26 goals in all competitions for Wolves this season, including the 17 in the Premier League, the Chelsea legend is of the opinion that finding a better option will be very difficult.
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Man United are still hoping to land another striker as Nigerian international Odion Ighalo would be returning to his parent club China in January, in addition to the fact that he is not a starter at the Old Trafford.
Cundy believes that Raul Jimenez is a Champions League player and with Man United hoping to win a slot for next season, they need a player of his quality to help deliver goals and create the needed competition in the team.
Should Man United chief Ed Woodward agree to bid for the player, the Red Devils will have to negotiate a deal for the striker as Wolves value him high and will not let him leave for a cheap fee.