It appears as though English Premier League giants Manchester United have cooled off their interest in Wolverhampton Wanderers forward Raul Jimenez. United have reportedly had a long standing interest in the Mexico international striker as they were looking to bolster their attacking line but with no concrete offer tabled to him or his club, no negotiations were held and that means no transfer will be taking place. Jimenez has been a United transfer target even before they signed Edinson Cavani as a free agent from Paris Saint-Germain but of course, he is still a Wolves player and it is looking highly likely that he will remain at the Molineux for a very long time.

Jimenez's club teammate Ruben Neves, has also been said to have been scouted by United over a potential transfer once but again, no bid was made for the attacker and they will now both be fully concentrated on helping Wolves continue their upsurge in the Premier League table. Manchester United's attackers have been criticized this season for their poor form and their failure to bury glorious goalscoring chances - a problem that has seen them lose a couple of games and drawn some others this season. The likes of Ronaldo, Cavani, Greenwood, Marcus Rashford, and Anthony Martial - now on loan at Spanish La Liga side Sevilla - are said to have underperformed this season and the club are suffering the consequences.

Sitting in sixth place in the Premier League table under Arsenal who are in 5tg place and above Tottenham who are in 7th place with two games in hand, United may likely miss out on Champions League football and that will definitely have a negative impact on their ability to attract their top transfer targets in the summer.