Wolverhampton Wanderers forward Raul Jimenez is currently torn between working to continue playing in his career under very careful conditions and looking to seal his dream move away from the club. The Mexico international striker suffered a career-threatening injury last season and was ruled out for the rest of the campaign after it was confirmed that he would be needing to undergo surgery. Before the injury, he was in such a fine form for Wolves and was also attracting interest from a couple of clubs in the Premier League, with Manchester United and Arsenal the two major suitors.

United were linked to the striker after his fine form as the Red Devils were looking for a competition for Anthony Martial. However, as expected, they pulled out of the race to sign the Mexican forward and after already signing Uruguay international striker Edinson Cavani on a free transfer last January after the forward left Paris Saint-Germain, there appears to be no need to chase Jimenez anymore.

Arsenal are also said to no longer be interested in signing the Wolves star and are reportedly working to get other targets, meaning that Jimenez would have to once again prove that he deserves to move to a big club. It was confirmed after his surgery that he will have to continue wearing head protection for the rest of his career and it remains to be seen if it will affect his footballing ability but if it does, then he may have to focus on regaining his status as Wolves' main man for as long as he can.

The striker already has Premier League experience but he now faces a huge task of bringing his career back on track and focusing on regaining the fine form that he was in before his unfortunate injury.