Mallorca have joined the growing list of clubs interested in a move for Wolverhampton Wanderers striker Rafa Mir.

The Spanish forward is currently on loan at Nottingham Forest but has found playing time hard to come by at the club since arriving in the summer.

The 22-year-old has managed just four starts and under 400 minutes of football for the club this season, with boss Sabri Lamouchi preferring others ahead of him.

It has been suggested that he will cut short his spell with Nottingham Forest in January and seek a move elsewhere, with a return to Spain the prevalent idea.

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Several clubs have been linked with a move as a result, and the latest to join the queue for the Wolves striker are Mallorca, according to Marca.

They report that the club are ‘studying’ various players and has ‘set their sights’ on Mir, who is Murcian but was raised in Mallorca.

However, a deal for the striker is complicated as his ‘high card’ aka his wages, make things difficult for the La Liga side.

Mallorca are not the only side keen, with Eibar and Granada having asked Wolves about a move and several second divisions teams also showing interest.

Indeed, we covered reports that Huesca are also pushing for a deal.

Mallorca may have the upper hand, though, as Marca state that his ‘desire’ is to play there once his unsuccessful spell at Nottingham Forest comes to an end.