Raul Jimenez will be back as the same player and person he was after the fractured skull. The football start has been absent ever since his horrific injury.
But he has been backed by Wolves manager Nuno Espirito Santo to return to his very best when he fully recovers from his fractured skull.
Raul Jimenez was involved in a sickening clash of the head with David Liz. The player is an amazing person and plays so well with his teammate on his pitch.
In Spite of Nuno worries, he believes Jimenez will be fully back as the same player and the person he is before without any doubt.
Raul Jimenez is irreplaceable because he’s such a good player and a talented one at that. He has the ability to know where the ball is going to be which shows how good he is.
Meanwhile, In December Silva became Wolves’ youngest Premier League but he has just scored just two times this season so far. However, it has been very difficult without Raul Jimenez but the game continues.
Raul Jimenez Will be Back as the Player he is
In 2012, The player was part of the Mexican team that won the gold medal at the Summer Olympics. During his three years with the Portuguese, He assembled 120 appearances and has scored 31 goals.
Notwithstanding, He still plays so well. He represented his country at the 2014 and also the 2018 FIFA World Cup.
Raul Jimenez was signed for Benefica where he won two consecutive league titles, among other major honors that made him a star player.
After he joined Wolverhampton Wanderers on loan. He became the top scorer with 17 goals across all competitions. He later joined Wolves the following year on a permanent basis.
In 2013, Jimenez also won his first championship with America where he was selected the team’s second-highest goalscorer.