Jimenez To Return From Fractured Skull This Season



The Mexico worldwide striker has been out of out since November, however he is back in light preparing and edging his way into conflict


Raul Jimenez is set to make a hotly anticipated re-visitation of activity this season, claims Nuno, with the Wolves manager "absolutely certain" that the Mexico worldwide will figure again before the 2020-21 mission finds some conclusion.


The 29-year-old striker has been down and out since enduring a broke skull during the Premier League meeting with Arsenal in November.


It has been a lengthy, difficult experience to recuperation, however Nuno anticipates that a talismanic presence should return into dispute at some stage this term.


Tested on the probability of Jimenez playing again this season, Nuno has told columnists: "I'm absolutely sure. Without a doubt. We must be mindful of the conditions and maintain a strategic distance from any sort of contact. He has had the option to take an interest in the underlying piece of the instructional meetings.


"Just him being with his colleagues is a major assistance for him, and for us. We are following the correct conventions with no surge, yet we're enchanted Raul is improving step by step."


During the game at Emirates Stadium on November 29, Jimenez endured a nauseating conflict of heads with Arsenal protector David Luiz. He was given extensive on-field treatment prior to being stretchered off and quickly raced to medical clinic.


Medical procedure has been gone through from that point forward, with provisional advances taken through a tiresome recovery program.


Jimenez has, nonetheless, consistently kept up that the arrangement is to acquire a review before the current mission is out.


He has been working without a ball for quite a while as he develops his wellness and sharpness, with the expectation being to step things up again throughout the next few weeks.


Nuno's men have a further 13 Premier League games left this season. The first of those will see them travel to Newcastle on Saturday.


Manchester City, Liverpool, West Ham, Tottenham and Everton all figure on Wolves' installation list starting here, while a home date with Manchester United will be organized on the last day.


That gathering is because of happen on May 23 and Mexican frontman Jimenez – who has 48 objectives for Wolves to his name – will want to be back in the crease by at that point.

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