Raul Jamesonez will be out for Wolves for six weeks while he recovers from “double blow” injuries. Ben Dinnery is a medical expert and runs the Premier Injury website. He has a background both in data analysis and injury.Raul Jimenez return.Jimenez, 31 years old, was removed from the Wolves’ 3-0 preseason win over Besiktas 10 minutes prior to the break. Jimenez, 31, was taken off the field 10 minutes before the break in Wolves’ 3-0 pre-season win over Besiktas on 23 June.
MCL is the more severe of the two. However, neither one is particularly serious. MCLs are very responsive to conservative treatment. This means that there is no need for surgery. We would expect a quick recovery. We are realistically looking at a four- to six week timeline.
Raul Jimenez injury update
After stretching for the ball, the Mexican international suffered a knee injury in the Wanderers’ first-half friendly against Besiktas.After scoring the first goal in Wolves 3-0 win, the striker hobbled off, frightening Bruno Lage, whose side is preparing for Saturday’s Premier League opener at Elland Road.
Percy shared Jimenez’s injury news with Twitter, which revealed the extent of Jimenez’s injuries. The reliable journalist took to Tweet and stated:’Wolves’ pre-season preparations are hampered by Raul Jimenez being ruled out for at most a month of the new season. Jimenez could be out for up to eight weeks due to a knee injury sustained against Besiktas.
Percy tells us in the accompanying article that Percy went through medical screenings this week. There are concerns that Percy may not be available for work until September’s international break.This is a big blow for Wolves as only three Wanderers players appeared in more league games than the Mexicans last season.Jimenez was also Lage’s joint leading scorer in the 2021/22 campaign. This means that the side will need to look elsewhere for goals.