- Raul Jimenez could be wearing the colors of Man United next season
- The Wolves striker has been a huge admirer of the Old Trafford club for months
- The 29-year-old scored 17 Premier League goals for The Wanderers this campaign
Raul Jimenez who has been monitored by Manchester United in the last two seasons is reportedly on his way to completing a move to Old Trafford.
The Wolves striker has been inconsistent form for the past two seasons with The Wanderers and helped his team finished in an impressive seventh place.
And according to reports coming from Portuguese news media outlet A Bola, the 29-year-old could land a mega-deal with the Red Devils this summer.
The Mexican forward's super agent Jorge Mendes is understood to have entered negotiations with Jimenez's replacement at Wolves.
And Sporting Braga's Paulinho is reportedly the striker that would fit into the shoes of Jimenez's for Nuno Espirito Santo's team next campaign.
Paulinho bagged 25 goals last season and provided nine assists in 48 matches in the Primeira Divison.
A Bola also claimed that a £27million move has been verbally agreed for the Portuguese star and the deal will be made public when Jimenez completes Man United move.
Jimenez scored 17 goals at the just concluded Premier League campaign and 13 in the previous season.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Manchester United have been handed a massive boost as reports have it that their transfer target Raul Jimenez of Wolves is now available for a meagre sum of £18million.
Wolves will now face a stern test in a bid to keeping the Mexican striker as it was gathered that many clubs are jostling for the signature of the 29-year-old.
Reports have it that Juventus and Real Madrid are also gunning for the lad who Manchester United have reportedly made their major transfer target when the transfer window opens.
Legit.ng also reported that Man United are reportedly plotting a double January transfer deal of Wolves pair Raul Jimenez and Ruben Neves.
United are said to have already made contact with the duo, with club boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer set to welcome two new signings this month.
According to o Metro UK, the club's hierarchy is ready to back Solskjaer during the winter window after the Red Devils struggled in the first half of the season.
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