Wolverhampton Wanderers is set to allow Real Madrid and Manchester United target leave for a knockdown fee, according to report.
The report in TuttoJuve says the Premier League team is prepared to lower their asking price for the Mexican attacker to just £18million.
The Molineux Stadium outfits face a huge battle to keep the red hot attacker for another season when the transfer market reopens with lots of clubs are interested in his services.
Manchester United, Juventus and Real Madrid are few of the clubs interested in his signature and Wolves are prepared to lower their asking price to as low as £18million despite signing him with a club-record transfer of £32m to make his loan from Benfica permanent last summer.
The 29-year-old attacker would be subject of interest of many top clubs in the summer as a result of the reduction in his valuation which in no way affect his form in front of goal.