Since Raul Jimenez’s skull fracture against Arsenal, there’s been endless claims about players Wolves could move for in the January window.

The Mexican striker is expected to return this season, with multiple positive slants coming from the media in his own country, where there was a great deal of concern at the time of the incident.

Wolves are clearly short when it comes to strikers, and it wouldn’t be a surprise if Nuno Espirito Santo’s side enter the market soon, although it appears that could be for a cheap option.

With Maxi Gomez being linked to the Premier League club, Valencia newspaper Super Deporte have been on the case, and they report, according to their own information, that Wolves won’t ‘make an investment’ of the size needed to take the Uruguayan in the winter market.

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Valencia may well have to sell in January, given their financial issues, yet Gomez to Wolves is pretty much ruled out by the club’s local newspaper.

Nuno, if he does enter the market, would be moving for other options.