Wolverhampton Wanderers have set a price for the sale of Raúl Jiménez, according to reports from the Spanish media today.
Outlet AS reports that the Premier League side will demand €100m to let the striker go in the upcoming transfer window.
The report claims that Fosun International are those who made this decision, and any amount below that wouldn’t be enough to take him from Molineux.
AS says this price is twice the amount offered by Juventus, who’d like to sign the Mexican star on a €50m deal.
However, a deal with the Italian giants isn’t ruled out, as AS quotes Tuttosport saying Daniele Rugani and Federico Bernardeschi could be included in a swap.
Even though the story’s sub-headline says Manchester United are also interested in the player, their text doesn’t bring any further information on the chase from the Red Devils.
Raúl Jiménez has a contract with Wolves running until 2023, but recently said he’s happy to be linked to the likes of Juventus and Manchester United.