“Maybe he wants a bigger challenge because he feels that he is in good shape and has to take advantage of it, maybe he wants to stay in this place, maybe the options you read about are not real and do not exist.
“I think the best thing is for Raul to make the decision based on the analysis he makes and with the consensus of his family because, when it comes to enjoying, not only the player suffers and enjoy, but also the family do it.”
Jimenez has been in superb form this season yet again for Wolves, netting 24 times and providing 10 assists in all competitions.
United return to action on Thursday evening when they take on Aston Villa (8.15pm) as they look to earn a top-four place and Champions League qualification.
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