Premier League forward Raul Jimenez has acknowledged that he has no release clause in his current deal with the Wolves.
Having found back of the net 39 times in all competitions since making a move to Molineux in the summer of 2018, Mexico international forward is being heavily linked with a switch to a bigger team.
However, as Real Madrid and Man Utd consider a bid during the next summer transfer window, the Mexico international has claimed that it will take a lucrative offer to tempt his current team into a sale.
The 28-year-old told Marca: “They bought me for €40m (£34.5m), they won’t sell me for less. There is no release clause, but the clubs in England, it is different how they are managed.”
Jimenez currently has just over three years left on his current deal at Wolves, who would likely demand well more than £60m should they receive any interest in one of their key players.
Wolves another forward Diego Jota has been rumoured with a switch Old Trafford as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been a huge fan of the attacking pair who have been in stunning form in the English top-tier for the last two seasons.