Liverpool and West Ham target Raul Jimenez has refused to rule out a move to the Premier League this summer.

Jimenez managed to score 11 goals at Benfica last season, despite missing a huge chunk of the campaign with a number of injury setbacks.

And his form is said to have attracted interest from Premier League rivals Liverpool and West Ham.

Portuguese publication A Bola reported earlier this week that interest from England has prompted Jimenez to consider leaving Benfica.

And Jimenez has responded to the rumours by refusing to rule out a move to the Premier League - but the Mexico international is unaware of any interest.

The 26-year-old is currently focused on getting back to work at Benfica for pre-season after a fortnight at the Confederations Cup.

"The Premier League is a great championship, but you have to wait," he told ESPN.

"I don't close any doors and we'll see what happens. I'm still at Benfica.

"Now, I'm going to have a good vacation then go back to work with everything.

"I saw the news came out but I don't know anything. I was concentrating on the national team.

"I have a date to return to Benfica, to join the pre-season games and I'm in the club's hands."

Source: Daily Express

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