On October 25th, El GOL Digital reported that Rafa Mir remains hopeful Wolverhampton Wanderers will allow him to stay at Las Palmas on loan for one more season in order to fulfil his wish of playing against his former club, Valencia.

Another Spanish outlet La Provincia claims that Sevilla are also monitoring the forward who has scored four goals in the Segunda División this season.

It’s not just the Andalusian side looking to sign the Premier League club’s player as it’s claimed that Las Palmas are hoping to sign Mir next summer, provided they achieve promotion to the La Liga.

Miguel Ángel Ramírez, the lower division club’s chairman wanted to insert an option to sign the attacker for €4.3m at the end of the season, but that was turned down by Nuno Espírito Santo’s side.

The Spain U21 international has already informed his representative about his ‘intention’ to stay at Las Palmas for one more season as he is currently enjoying his life with Manolo Jiménez’s side.

Mir’s valuation is quoted as €10m, but the report does not suggest whether Wolves are ready to sanction his sale, just after signing him in January for €2.5m. La Provincia says this is just the beginning of the ‘soap opera’ and there are likely to be more developments between now and the end of this season.