Wolverhampton Wanderers’ Rafa Mir has been able to enjoy the second half of the season at SD Huesca and his nine goals and an assist helped the Spanish side seal promotion to La Liga.
For the past few weeks, reports from Spain have regularly talked about several clubs showing interest in the 23-year-old.
Last weekend, Mundo Deportivo explained the Wolves owned player has received offers from ‘thirty clubs’.
Marca have a short report on Mir, and they explain it’s ‘raining offers’ for the forward. It’s claimed his performances for Huesca have attracted interest from multiple La Liga clubs.
The list includes Real Betis, Celta Vigo, Getafe, Eibar and Granada, which makes it clear just how wanted Mir is.
Marca also report Huesca are negotiating with Nuno Espírito Santo’s side for the Spaniard’s continuity.
Huesca agreed an 18-month loan deal with Wolves and they retain an option to buy Mir next summer.
If the Segunda División winners are negotiating with the Premier League club, it gives an indication that Wolves retain an option to recall Mir this summer.