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Manchester United asked to pay £90m for highly rates striker.

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Manchester United have been asked to pay £90m to make sure about the signing of Wolves forward, Raul Jimenez. Raul has been in excellent form this season. 

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He has scored 24 goals in all matches all through the crusade as Nuno Espirito Santo's side seeks to secure qualification for European football next season.

In the wake of winning their match against AFC Bournemouth on Wednesday, they sit five points behind Chelsea in fourth-place, while they are additionally level on points with Manchester United. 

It is not yet clear if Jimenez will stay at Molineux all through the summer transfer window; there are various clubs keen on signing the Mexico international in the mid year transfer window. 

United are said to have made enquiries towards making sure about the signing of the striker. As the mid year looms, Wolves are reported to be asking for €100m (£90.6m) for his signing. 

There is likewise answered to be enthusiasm from clubs like Juventus and other top clubs are taking a gander at the player, along these lines on the off chance that he is to leave, they anticipate that a charge should speak to his characteristics and the degree of club that are keen on him.

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Jimenez is obviously a top player; he has scored an aggregate of 15 goals and enlisted six assists, in the Premier League so far this season. 

In any case, an arrangement at £90.6m would make him United's record signing, besting the £89m they paid to make sure about the signing of Paul Pogba in 2016. 

To acquire a player like Jimenez at such an expense isn't required; he is a decent goalscorer yet he has scored the very same number of goals as Marcus Rashford this season.

What do you think? Should Manchester United sign him at this asking price?

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