Sevilla are interested in Rafa Mir this summer, with Spanish outlet La Razón reporting that Wolves are still planning to cash in on the striker.
It has been an interesting time for Mir since he moved to Molineux. He has only made four appearances for Nuno Espirito Santo’s side, failing to score in those games.
His only other stint in England came when he joined Nottingham Forest on loan. Again, he did not score a single goal in 13 appearances at the City Ground.
Back in Spain however, the 23-year-old seems to be a different striker. He has scored 10 times in 29 La Liga games with Huesca.
With Wolves struggling for goals this term, some may have wondered whether he may be in contention to get a chance at some stage upon his return.
However, it appears that Nuno’s men are still looking to cash in. According to La Razón, Wolves want to sell the striker, and Sevilla are considering a move.
The report notes that Huesca have the option to make his move permanent for around £10.4 million. However, it appears that they are not planning to take up that option.
That could seemingly leave the door open for Sevilla.
It is difficult to see Wolves standing in his way should they receive a significant offer. Hopefully, they will soon have Raul Jimenez back. And they will surely want to strengthen their options further this summer.
Mir leaving permanently after a very good loan and bolstering their transfer kitty looks to be the best option for all parties.