Rafa Mir left Valencia for Wolverhampton Wanderers in January 2018. 

His decision to join the Premier League side hasn’t paid off as the striker has been out on loan at Las Palmas, Nottingham Forest and SD Huesca since the start of the 2018/19 season. 

The 23-year-old arrived at Huesca on a one-and-a-half-year loan deal in January and played a vital role in helping the Spanish club achieve promotion in the second half of last season. 

Since joining Huesca, the Wolves owned player has managed 11 goals and one assist in all competitions and his performances haven’t gone unnoticed.

According to AS, Mir is back on the ‘Real Madrid agenda’ and the newspaper also talk about Los Blancos’ past approaches for the attacker.

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It’s claimed the Madrid based club wanted Mir when he was at Valencia, but Los Ches ‘refused on four occasions to sell’ him to the Spanish champions and ‘ended up transferring him to Wolverhampton’.

Valencia sold Mir to Wolves for around €2m, and as per the report, Real Madrid were ready to offer a similar figure.

The La Liga winners had closed an agreement with the frontman and his representative, before he was sold to the English club. 

AS states the Spaniard ‘has a thorn stuck’ after he failed to join Real Madrid and ‘does not close the doors in the future’ to joining them. 

Mir’s decision to join Wolves has ‘slowed his progression’ and he hadn’t ‘recovered’ until he arrived at Huesca earlier this year.

Should he shine during this season at Huesca, Real Madrid may make another attempt to sign Mir next summer.