UD Las Palmas signed Rafa Mir on a long loan deal from Wolverhampton Wanderers in July, and his temporary spell with the Segunda División side will expire after this campaign.
On March 29th, the forward gave an interview to La Provincia where he explained he will “study all situations” and then pick the “best option” in the summer.
A few days later, the Spaniard spoke to Cadena Ser and explained he will sit down with the Premier League club at the end this season to make a decision on his future.
The 21-year-old had then claimed to have already informed his representative about his plans beyond this term.
La Provincia have gathered another small comment from Mir regarding his future.
“My future? Wolves will decide, but I am happy at UD [Las Palmas],” he explained.
Mir’s contract at the Molineux Stadium lasts until June 2022, and it’s largely down to Wolves what will happen next.
Second division Spanish football probably isn’t doing much to get the player closer to being ready for the Premier League.
He turns 22 years of age in June and whilst regular football is crucial, so is the level he’s getting it at.