Raul Jimenez is a Mexican professional footballer who plays as a striker for Premier League know all about Raul Jimenez Family, Net Worth, Wife, Contract, Salary, Professional Career
|Birthdate ( Age)||5 May 1991|
|Place of Birth||Tepeji, Mexico|
|Marital Status||In Relationship|
|Father||Raúl Jiménez Vega|
|Profession||Mexican professional footballer|
Raul Jimenez is a Mexican professional footballer who plays as a striker for Premier League club Wolverhampton Wanderers and the Mexico national team.Jiménez began his career in Club América’s youth system before debuting in the first division in October 2011.
Jiménez was a part of the Mexican squad that won the gold medal at the Summer Olympics in 2012.A full international since 2013, Jiménez has represented his country at the 2014 and 2018 FIFA World Cup, the 2013 and 2019 CONCACAF Gold Cup, the 2013 and 2017 FIFA Confederations Cup, the 2015 Copa America and the Copa América Centenario.
Raul Jimenez Family
Raul Jimenez began his career playing for Club America’s youth system, being considered a promising young striker. On 9 October 2011, under interim-coach Alfredo Tena, Jiménez made his professional debut during the Apertura tournament against Monarcas Morelia, in a match which ended in a 1–1 draw.He scored his first goal on 30 October in a 2–3 loss to Puebla, scoring in the 2nd minute of the match.He appeared six times and scored one goal in his debut tournament.
Raul Jimenez Wife
Raul Jimenez is in relationship with girlfriend Daniela Basso. The couple’s relationship was made public in the summer of 2017 and Basso could be seen cheering on her partner at the World Cup a year later in 2018. The Couple have a kid also.
Raul Jimenez Net Worth
Raul Jimenez is a Mexican professional footballer who plays as a striker for Premier Leaguewho has an estimated Net Worth of between $ 12million in 2022.
Raul Jimenez Salary
Raul Jimenez signed a 4 year / £8,576,000 contract with the Wolverhampton Wanderers F.C., including an annual average salary of £2,144,000. In 2021, Jimenez will earn a base salary of £2,144,000, while carrying a cap hit of £2,144,000.
Raul Jimenez Professional Career
After participating in the Summer Olympics with Mexico and the sale of Vicente Matías Vuoso, Jiménez won a spot in América’s starting eleven for the Apertura 2012 tournament, playing as a second-striker alongside Christian Benítez in manager Miguel Herrera’s 5–3–2 tactical scheme. He was also given the vacant number 9 shirt, switching from the number 47 shirt he debuted with. Jiménez scored on 15 September in the 2–0 victory over Santos Laguna at the Estadio Azteca.
On 3 August 2013, Jiménez scored his first goal of the Apertura tournament in the 3–0 win over Atlas.He would go on to score in each of the next three matches in wins over Atlante, Pachuca, and Morelia, respectively, taking his goal tally to four goals in five matches played. He would score again on 13 September in América’s 1–2 defeat to Santos Laguna.On 5 October, Jiménez scored a header and assisted in Luis Gabriel Rey’s goal in the 2–0 victory over Guadalajara.Jiménez ended the regular-phase of the Apertura with seven goals in twelve games played.
Jiménez began the Apertura 2014 tournament scoring four goals in the first three games. On 26 July, he scored the first goal in América’s 2–1 win over Tijuana. On 4 August, he scored a hat-trick and assisted Oribe Peralta in the 4–0 win against Puebla.Jiménez played his final game for América on 9 August 2014 against Tigres UANL, providing the assist for the second goal scored by Miguel Layún in the 2–0 win.
Raul Jimenez Contract
On 4 April 2019, it was announced that Wolves had exercised their €38 million option to sign Jiménez on a four-year contract, with the loan move becoming permanent on 1 July.The signing was for a reported club-record £30 million, surpassing Adama Traoré’s £18 million transfer.
On 14 September, Jiménez made his 100th appearance for Wolves in their first league game of the season, marking the occasion by scoring in the third minute of the match against Sheffield United. He was named Man of the Match by BBC Sport for his performance in the team’s 2–0 win.On 3 October, it was announced that Jiménez had signed a four-year contract extension with Wolves,thus effectively ending rumors of a transfer.
On 29 November, five minutes into Wolves’ Premier League fixture against Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium, Jiménez was knocked unconscious after a clash of heads with David Luiz. Although Luiz continued to play on for the rest of the first half with minor injuries, Jiménez had to be stretchered off and was immediately taken to a hospital for severe trauma, where he was eventually deemed conscious.It was confirmed the following morning that he had fractured his skull in the clash with Luiz and had required surgery soon after hospitalisation, effectively ending his season.
Raul Jimenez returned to playing for Wolves in pre-season for the first time since his head injury, but it was announced that he would have to wear a head guard for the rest of his career.
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