With Mexico still on the English government’s red list, there are doubts as to whether Wolverhampton Wanderers’ Raúl Jiménez will be able to travel to represent his country in the upcoming international break,
It was reported on Tuesday by TyC Sports in Argentina that those summoned by Argentina from the Premier League ‘will be able to return directly to England, whether they will have to do only five days of isolation but being able to train individually’.
That’s good news for clubs around the country who were worried they might lose some of their stars for extended periods of time, and that includes Wolverhampton.
Scoring his first goal since his return from a severe head injury to beat Southampton, Wolves star Raúl Jiménez was called up by Tata Martino to feature for Mexico in the upcoming games, but there were doubts whether the player would turn up.
Echoes emerged that the club’s poor start under Bruno Lage might force the player to stay behind so he can help the club turn matters around, especially if he had to be left out for a few games due to isolation.
This new apparent ruling might make things a bit easier for all involved, and, with Mexico with Argentina and Brazil on the red list, what is likely to impact Lionel Scaloni’s squad will probably be the same for Tata Martino’s and Tite’s.