Last summer, Wolverhampton Wanderers allowed Rafa Mir to join Segunda División side Las Palmas on a season-long loan deal.
At the end of March, we covered the forward’s interview with La Provincia, where the 21-year-old explained that he will have to “study all the situations” and choose the “best option” in the summer.
In the same interview, the Spaniard said he’d asked his agent not to inform him about any development regarding his future.
Mir’s contract at Molineux will expire in 2022 and after the end of his loan spell with Las Palmas, the player will have to return to his parent club.
He’s given another interview, this time to Cadena Ser, and was once again asked about his future beyond this season.
“I’m calm because I’ve already told my agent what my idea is,” Mir explained.
“I belong to Wolverhampton and I will have to talk to them to find the best solution for everyone, but right now I do not think about it… We will sit down when the season is over.”
So far this season, the attacker has made 25 appearances in the league and has scored six goals in the process.
Mir’s performance for Las Palmas may not be sufficient for him to find a way into Nuno Espírito Santo’s plans for next season.