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Wolves Set To Complete Signing Of Raul Jimenez For A Club Record £25 Million

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Wolves Set To Complete Signing Of Raul Jimenez For A Club Record £25 Million

Wolves are 'on the brink' of signing Raul Jimenez for £25 million in a club record transfer.

The Mexican striker was snapped up on loan from Benfica during the summer transfer window, and he's been nothing short of a revelation in his debut season in the Premier League.

The prolific No.9 has arguably been Wolves' best performer this campaign.

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Raul's bagged an impressive 15 goals in all competitions including 12 strikes in the league, not to mention six assists.

The 27-year-old has made a name for himself as a big game player, with seven goal involvements (four goals and three assists) versus teams in the top six.

He's starred for Wolves as they enjoy a superb term. They sit seventh in the league and have a FA Cup semi-final against Watford to look forward to.

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Manager Nuno Espirito Santo has made Raul's signing a priority following his heroics.

The Midlands club are now expected to secure his luxurious services on a permanent basis.

They're in advanced negotiations with Benfica and a deal is set to completed before the end of the season.

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According to fresh reports from Telegraph, Wolves will shell out an initial £25 million, which could rise to £30 million based on add-ons.

When the deal crosses the line, it'll smash Wolves' current transfer record of £18 million for Adama Traore.

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A transfer fee and terms are almost agreed with a confirmation imminent.

Topics: Football News, Transfer, Football, Raul Jimenez, Premier League, Nuno Espirito Santo, Wolves, Benfica

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