Mir closes in on Wolves exit

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Wolves forward Rafa Mir looks to be edging ever closer to a permanent move away from the club.

Wolves forward Rafa Mir looks to be edging ever closer to a permanent move away from the club.

The 22-year-old moved to Molineux from Valencia in January 2018 but has been limited to just four first-team appearances for the club and spent last season on loan at Las Palmas in the Spanish second division.

Mir scored seven goals in 30 appearances during that loan spell and it appears a return to the Segunda Division could now be on the cards, with reports suggesting Real Zaragoza are weighing up a permanent move.

La Liga new boys Granada are also said to be interested although Mir’s wages could prove a stumbling block for both clubs.

The forward is currently away representing Spain’s Under-21s at the European Championship and it seems unlikely any transfer will be concluded until after the tournament, while he has also previously stated he is unsure where his future lies.

Mir still has three years to run on his contract with Wolves and could opt to stay and fight for a place in Nuno Espirito Santo’s first-team squad next season.

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