Raúl Jiménez will become the biggest selling in the history of Benfica
Wolverhampton intends to activate the purchase option clause, worth 41 million euros.
The main figure of the surprising tie to a ball with Chelsea, this Sunday, in full Stamford Bridge, Raul Jimenez may be close to becoming Wolverhampton’s definitive title.
According to information published on Monday, by the Spanish newspaper As, the leaders of the current seventh Premier League will have already taken the option to activate the clause of purchase option encrypted in the agreement signed with Benfica.
To be confirmed, the transfer of the Mexican international will be closed for 41 million euros, which contemplates a new record for the club of Light in which a value embedded with a single player concern.
Ederson and Axel Witsel, who left 40 million euros to sign respectively for Manchester City and Zenit, will thus no longer be the biggest sales in the club’s history.