Earlier this year, we covered the Mexican campaign for Raul Jimenez to switch clubs in the summer.

The North American media had several stories and comments saying the Wolverhampton Wanderers star deserved a bigger club, and unfortunately for them, that move didn’t happen.

The striker is again in good form, with three goals in five Premier League appearances this season, and that’s a reason for his departure to be pushed again.

Website Bolavip today brings a story in which they suggest several clubs where Raul Jimenez could succeed in the future.

Strangely, the Mexican media used to name sides such as Real Madrid, Juventus and Manchester United a few months ago.

Now, the outlet gives reasons why clubs such as RB Leipzig, Sevilla, Borussia Mönchengladbach and Valencia would be perfect for the player to succeed.

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We’re pretty sure these clubs would have a nearly impossible task to sign Raul Jimenez from Wolves, but there are many people who dream of his signing these days, including clubs from Mexico.

Chivas manager Víctor Manuel Vucetich spoke to ESPN today, and claimed he’d fancy having the striker at the club.

“I’d like a Jiménez, Tecatito, Moreno, players who will give me something more, who are at a great level or experience. I’d love it to be one of those,” he said (via Futbol Total).