Wolves striker Raul Jimenez would be a far less expensive option than either Haaland, Kane or Mabppe – but would come with him a proven scoring pedigree.
The 29-year-old has missed almost half of the season after suffering a fractured skull in his side’s win over Arsenal back in November.
Before his injury he had played every minute of Wolves’ Premier League campaign, having been a crucial player for them in the past couple of seasons.
The centre-forward scored 17 league goals last season and 13 the previous campaign, helping to fire Nuno Espirito Santo’s side to consecutive seventh-placed finishes.
With a contract at Molineux until 2024, he would more than the £34million Wolves paid Benfica for his services, but nowhere near as much as the aforementioned world stars.