Italian giants Juventus are among a number of European clubs chasing Wolverhampton Wanderers striker Raul Jimenez this summer, according to Tuttosport.
They’re reporting that Juve are looking to sign someone to partner Cristiano Ronaldo, and the Mexican has impressed after scoring 22 goals and adding 10 assists in all competitions for Wolves this season.
Juve see Jimenez as the perfect replacement for Mario Mandzukic, but they’re not alone in their admiration for the striker, though, and apparently 11 clubs have made contact. Wolves are believed to have planned for the sale and where they can reinvest the money.
The one sticking point, however, is the €60 million price tag. Juve aren’t prepared to pay the full fee, and they’re hoping agent Jorge Mendes can do something to make the deal happen.