Real Madrid has more than 100 million invested in looking for a replacement for Karim Benzema, and at the moment it seems to have been unsuccessful. But now it seems that Zinedine Zidane has found the ideal substitute to give the French a break.
According to the Ace, the Marseille coach is clear that Raúl Jiménez, Wolverhampton forward, perfectly meets that profile. At 28 years old, the Mexican is at his best in his career and has 22 goals in 44 games this season.
Jiménez already has experience in LaLiga after passing with more pain than glory at Atlético (1 goal in 28 appearances). Zidane sees it as a replacement for Benzema or leading the attack of Real Madrid in his absence. The arrival of the Mexican would put Luka Jovic in trouble, who has not convinced after arriving last summer in exchange for 60 million euros.