RAUL JIMENEZ loved a young reunion with Wolves gamers as he visited coaching whereas recovering from a fractured cranium.
Staff-mates embraced the followers’ favorite a day after his dad insisted the striker’s horror injury “won’t have any consequences” on his taking part in profession.
Wolves gamers share their pleasure at Raul Jimenez popping into coaching as he continues his restoration from emergency surgical procedure for a fractured craniumCredit score: Getty Photos – Getty
Molineux boss Nuno Espirito Santo appears to let Raul Jimenez in on an amusing secret on the Sir Jack Hayward Coaching FloorCredit score: Getty Photos – Getty
No hug from a Wolves team-mate for Raul Jimenez got here greater than this one from Adama TraoreCredit score: Getty Photos – Getty
Jimenez chatted eagerly with Molineux stars earlier than watching on with supervisor Nuno Espirito Santo, who put his arm across the 29-year-old’s shoulder as they appeared to share a joke.
Mexico hero Jimenez is back home after several days in hospital, having wanted emergency surgery following his collision with Arsenal defender David Luiz on November 29.
And his dad, who has the identical first identify, revealed docs anticipate Jimenez Junior to return as wholesome as ever.
He advised Mexican outlet Report: “We proceed to be looking out as a result of it’s one thing very troublesome, however because of Raul’s power, he’s coming ahead.
“He’s in some way completely happy to know of the troublesome state of affairs that he’s leaving and that because of the nice and well timed intervention of the docs in England, they did to him what may very well be completed and he’s recovering in good spirits and extremely motivated.
“What they advised us it that he gained’t have any penalties and that it’s all a matter of time earlier than he begins with bodily rehabilitation.”
Maybe that verdict was an added cause why Jimenez and fellow Wolves players wore big grins on his return to the Sir Jack Hayward Coaching Floor, albeit on the sidelines.
Skipper Conor Coady, Portugal midfielder Joao Moutinho , Spain winger Adama Traore and Ivory Coast centre-back Willy Boly all wrapped their arms round Jimenez – displaying their appreciation of his greatly-improved situation.
Now the subsequent step, as but undecided, is when Jimenez himself can tuck again into coaching.
Willy Boly had the most important grin of the coaching session when he embraced returning pal Raul JimenezCredit score: Getty Photos – Getty
Mexico striker Raul Jimenez, who has netted 27 targets in 86 internationals, seems to be relaxed – maybe helped by docs saying he ought to return as regularCredit score: Getty Photos – Getty
Raul Jimenez wanted oxygen and was taken to hospital following a collision with David Luiz in a 2-1 win at Arsenal on November 29