Rio Ferdinand greets Raul Jimenez and believes Wolves’ striker would improve Manchester United’s attack
“I wouldn’t say no. He’s different from what they have and scores all kinds of goals’: Rio Ferdinand greets Raul Jimenez and believes Wolves striker would improve Manchester United’s attack next term
- Rio Ferdinand has emphasized the quality of Wolves striker Raul Jimenez
- The ex-defender of Man United says Wolves would have a hard time holding Jimenez
- Ferdinand ‘wouldn’t say no’ to the Red Devils who sign a versatile star this summer
Rio Ferdinand has suggested that signing Wolves striker Raul Jimenez this summer would improve Manchester United’s front line.
The Mexican scored 26 club goals this season and showed his quality again by scoring a fantastic volleyball in the 1-1 draw at Burnley last week.
Now Ferdinand, who played for the United between 2002 and 2014, believes former teammate Ole Gunnar should offer Solskjaer to take the attacker to Old Trafford
Rio Ferdinand believes that the old club Manchester United would benefit from Raul Jimenez
“I think Wolves will do well to hold him,” Ferdinand told BT Sport.
“I think he is a player with tremendous talent and I think his goal record over the past two years has been very good.
“Previously his record was a bit dark, but he has come to the Premier League and is well on his way. He was a relief.
Striker Raul Jimenez scored 26 goals in 52 Wolves appearances in the 2019-20 season
“As you can see, he seems like a great character around, and for a top club I wouldn’t be surprised if they sniff.
“We have seen in the media in recent days that clubs are looking.
When asked if he would like to see Jimenez at Manchester United, Ferdinand said, “I wouldn’t say no at all. I think he’s different from what they have.
Ferdinand praised Jimenez’s excellent technique in scoring his goal in Burnley
“What I like about him is that he scores all kinds of goals. He stands behind and leads things and teases defenders, and he can score great goals out of nowhere (against Burnley). ‘
Jimenez scored 31 goals in 120 games for Benfica, but scored 43 goals in 96 games for Wolves, joining a permanent £ 30 million deal in 2019.
The Mexico international also helped keep Wolves’ hopes for European qualification alive on Monday-evening by starring in the 2-0 win over Crystal Palace.