Raul Jimenez He met again this Wednesday with his teammates in the training of the Wolverhamptonafter the head surgery he underwent several weeks ago.
The best news so far in 2021 for the Wolves is that the Mexican Wolf is back and has started his rehabilitation with light physical conditioning, with a view to returning to the pitch in the coming months.
The Wolverhampton star striker still cannot work alongside his teammates, but for the team, which has racked up more defeats than other Premier League results during his absence, that Raúl Jiménez has returned to training is a glimmer of hope. that makes them think that his luck could change soon.
“Raúl is five weeks since his surgery after a skull fracture and is doing some early fitness work, but he still has a long way to go, however, things are going well ”, explained the team in a statement released through their social networks.
An update from the medical team on several of our first team players.
– Wolves Spanish (@WolvesEspanol) January 6, 2021
Until now, the date on which Jiménez could return to the field to support his teammates, who are currently ranked 13th in the general table of the English championship, after 17 games played, is unknown.