The Mexican Raúl Jiménez shows improvement in his rehabilitation, but the Wolves coach does not want to rush his return to the courts
Raúl Jiménez is ready to return to action, so he assured Nuno Espirito Santor, technical director of Wolverhampton of the Premier League, although he explained that they do not have to rush the decision of the return of the Mexican forward.
“Little by little he has made progress and has shown everyone that he is ready, but we must be patient and follow medical protocols. We can’t be 100 percent sure when he’s coming back, but the signs are positive”, Said the Portuguese helmsman at a press conference this Thursday.
He did not even rule out that he will play again for the remainder of the season, a situation that, at first, looked complicated due to the consequences of the clash he had with David Luiz last November and that led to a skull operation.
“We hope so, but it is better to be patient and leave the decision to the doctors because it is a serious situation and we cannot afford any mistakes.”, Detailed the leader of the Wolves bench.
On the other hand, Nuno gave his opinion on the trip that the forward had with the Mexican team on this FIFA date, since he saw in a good way that he had a few days to share with his friends in the Tricolor.
“It was good. We believe that being part of the national team helped him and spending time with his teammates, who are his friends. People need to be close to each other and everyone was really worried about Raúl”.
Wolverhampton will meet the following Monday against West Ham in the match of the 30th day of the Premier League and they march 13th in the general table with just 35 points.