Four days ago, we relayed news from Spain that Sevilla have identified Wolverhampton Wanderers’ Rafa Mir as a ‘new option’ for the summer.

On Monday, AS reported Real Betis ‘closely follow’ the striker, who is currently on loan at SD Huesca.

Wolves allowed the 23-year-old to join the Spanish club in the winter 2020 market and he played a vital role in helping the club achieve promotion to La Liga.

Mir has impressed in the top division, scoring 12 goals in 30 matches this season and his form for Huesca has caught the attention of other clubs.

Marca on Tuesday explain Getafe, Atlético de Madrid and Valencia are following the Wolves owned player. In addition to this, ‘he has offers’ from unnamed Premier League clubs. The report also states the Spaniard is being considered by Luis Enrique for Euro 2020.

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Huesca retain an option to make his loan stay permanent, but the newspaper suggest Mir’s ‘main objective’ is to leave the club.

Marca’s report comes days after local newspaper Diario del AltoAragón reported ‘half of the league’ are ‘after’ Mir, and the list includes Sevilla, Real Betis and Atlético.

It’s claimed the redemption option is set at €10m and this figure could be deemed ‘quite high’ by Huesca. 

In the event Huesca don’t retain Mir, Nuno Espírito Santo’s side ‘could make money’ through the frontman’s sale in the summer.