|Rafa Mir was not used at Wolves|
Over the past 3 seasons, Mir has been regularly loaned to 3 clubs, Las Palmas, Nottingham Forest and Huesca. There is a feature that only when repatriated, the Spaniard can play well. During his brief stint at Nottingham Forest, Mir made 13 appearances and failed to score a single goal.
Playing for Las Palmas, Mir contributed 7 goals in 30 games. Especially at the stage of playing for Huesca, the 24-year-old player experienced the most sublimation period in his career. In the 2019-20 season, despite only coming from the second half of the season, Mir managed to score 9 goals in 18 matches, contributing to bringing Azulgranas back to La Liga.
Continuing to stick around in the previous season, Mir made a stronger impression in Huesca. 39 appearances in all competitions, the newcomer with Spain U23 to attend the 2020 Olympics in Japan has had 16 goals. However, Mir’s efforts could not help Huesca stay in La Liga. They only finished 18/20 teams and dropped to the 2nd Spanish division.
This summer, Mir faces an uncertain future. According to a source from Football Insider, the Wolves owner club intends to push him away, if it is not a finish, then it is also a loan. The Molineux Stadium team wants to receive 17 million pounds if they sell Mir.
|Atletico want a backup for striker Suarez|
His agent Jorge Mendes is working to find a new place for Mir before the summer transfer window closes on August 31. Coach Bruno Lage revealed on August 14 that he will talk to Mir about his future. of this striker after the focus returned.
The most likely stop for Mir will be Atletico Madrid. The Wanda Metropolitano home team needs a backup for Luis Suarez and appreciates the Spain U23 player’s aerial ability.
Atletico are also able to meet the price of £ 17 million offered by Wolves. Both sides are negotiating to come to a final decision.
This summer, Wolves pushed another striker, Patrick Cutrone, when he joined Empoli on loan. However, Raul Jimenez has returned to play after a serious head injury. The Mexico international featured in Wolves’ opening Premier League match against Leicester City over the weekend.
Last November, Jimenez suffered a skull fracture after a head-on collision with Arsenal’s David Luiz. Wolves’ 0-1 loss to Leicester a few days ago is the first time that the 30-year-old has returned to the field since then.
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