Wolverhampton Wanderers owned Rafa Mir seems to be impressing in Spain, where at least two clubs are looking to sign him permanently in the next summer.

The player has been loaned to second division side UD Las Palmas for a year, and has four goals in nine appearances so far, convincing the club that he was worth the effort.

Now according to La Provincia, Valencia have been watching his performances, and would be interested in making an attempt once his loan with Las Palmas comes to an end.

Las Palmas are aware of Valencia’s intention, but are also keen on taking Mir permanently in case they get the promotion at the end of the season.

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La Provincia claims that Las Palmas had already tried to secure a €4.3m buying option when negotiating with Wolves, but the English side turned it down.

Now it’s said that Mir has a market value of €10m, and the two Spanish sides could be fighting for him at the end of the season.

The competition surely puts Wolves in a very good position, where they will be comfortable to raise his price. And in case Mir continues to succeed, other interested sides will show up.