Wolverhampton Wanderers have struggled to score goals this season.

The loss of Raul Jimenez has really hit hard, with the Mexican obviously a massive success story since his arrival at the club.

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Partly the reason for Wolves’ lack of goals has been the struggle to create chances.

Aside from Pedro Neto, it’s all been a bit of a slog for Wolves to instigate meaningful attacks in games this term.

It could that Nuno seeks to dip into the transfer market in the summer to try and bring in a new creative force who can also chip in with goals.

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Perhaps one man they should be looking at, is Chelsea’s Hakim Ziyech.

According to a report from Correire dello Sport, the Morocco international is already considering his future at the club.

 

Apparently, he’ll seek an exit from Stamford Bridge if Thomas Tuchel continues to keep him on the fringes (he’s been handed just one appearance by the German so far) – and Wolves have surely got to monitor the situation.

Ziyech could be a super addition

It hasn’t quite worked out for him with the Blues so far, but Ziyech is still a quality player.

He left Ajax with a record of 48 goals and 82 assists in 165 games, which is a clear indicator that he’s a player capable of making things happen.

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On too many occasions this season, Wolves have got into the final third and lacked that killer pass and that’s an area where Ziyech flourishes – whether it’s on one of the wings or as a number 10.

Perhaps the £33 million star (BBC Sport) would be interested in linking up with his international teammate Romain Saiss at Molineux.

It’s hard to see Chelsea sanctioning a permanent exit, but maybe a loan would not be out of the question

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