Collymore claims Klopp should target the Wolves pair to improve his squad for next season.
Has Nuno Espirito Santo ever lost his temper or even raised his voice at anything? He seems so bloody calm.
Raul Jimenez has told Wolves to dream big as they chase Champions League qualification.
Manchester United don't need a lot to challenge for the title, these five should do it...
United in for Jimenez and Leicester want all the defensive midfielders...
Man Utd are in for yet another Jadon Sancho alternative, while Liverpool are out of the race for a Wolves striker...
Wolves striker Raul Jimenez says "it is an incredible thing" to be linked with the likes of Liverpool and Man Utd.
Jimenez has three years left on his contract, was signed for £32m and is top scorer. So he's obviously off for £18m.
Wolves will not be forced into selling Adama Traore or anyone else this summer...
Man Utd will have to fend off interest from Chelsea and Liverpool in Jadon Sancho and Raul Jimenez.
Spurs are 'in constant contact' with a West Ham player and Mourinho 'particularly appreciates' a Wolves striker.
Recruitment was patchy but very little else went wrong for Wolves this season...
"It's the big motivation to keep growing as a player and getting into the Champions League is always a plus."
Jimenez insists he made the right decision not to follow the money.
One pundit reckons the Mexican would be a great acquisition for Arsenal this summer.
Jimenez is one of a number of strikers linked with United.
Wolves host Leicester on Friday night in a game that could shape the rest of their season.
Jimenez scored a brilliant header against Liverpool on Thursday.
“Manchester United have been watching him very, very closely, he’s a player they’re very interested in."
Bruno Fernandes is back on the Man Utd agenda. But an 'auction' could see them move on to two other targets.
United know Wolves are a point behind and in the UEL knockout stages. Time to weaken them?
Raul Jimenez "did really well". Nuno knows "anything can happen" with Man Utd and a wad of cash lurking.
Manchester United are reportedly looking to add a striker to their ranks in the January transfer market.
Raul Jimenez has backed Wolves to end Liverpool's unbeaten run when the teams meet on Sunday.
Cheeky is mental. Bournemouth to hold Liverpool while Leicester, Man City and Chelsea all stroll to wins? Ooft.
What made Wolves a success in 2018/19 was not the power of the individuals, but their collective attitudes.
Troy Deeney was eager to state that he is a fan of Raul Jimenez. Just perhaps not his goal celebrations.
Wolves striker Raul Jimenez has targeted the Champions League after his record-breaking £32million move.
No more Flapianski, the West Ham keeper has been brilliant. These are the true heroes...
Which Premier League fish have grown too large for their current pond?
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