Two days ago, we relayed news from Spain that Woverhampton Wanderers forward Rafa Mir is attracting interest from Sevilla and Las Palmas as the two clubs are looking to sign him on a permanent transfer.
The 21-year-old arrived at Molineux Stadium from Valencia earlier in January and after spending the second half of the season in the Championship, Nuno Espírito Santo allowed him to join Las Palmas on loan.
Madrid based newspaper La Razon once again relays about the interest from the aforementioned two Spanish clubs, while they go on to mention the intention of the Premier League side in regards to their player.
Mir is aware that Wolves do not count on him as their intention is to bring in a new forward in January, which is why they are ready to ‘listen to offers’ for Mir.
Having paid €2.5m, the English outfit will sanction the Murcia-born attacker’s sale if they receive a fee of €7m.
Since Las Palmas are in the second division, the price tag quoted seems ‘more viable’ for Sevilla. No decision has been taken as La Razon mentions that Mir’s future is in the air.