After being part of the Spain squad that won the Euro U21 Championship, Wolverhampton Wanderers’ Rafa Mir can now shift his focus to his future.

La Liga 2 side Real Zaragoza are interested and earlier reports indicated it will be difficult for them to meet Wolves’ demands, which are to pay 50% of his wages (€500,000 per year) to have the 22-year-old on a temporary deal.

El Periodico de Argon now claim Zaragoza will have more trouble landing the Wanderers owned player because his priority is to play in La Liga or the Championship.

Mir still has three years left on his contract at Molineux and Wolves want to loan him to a club where he will play regularly. They have already offered him to Championship clubs, including Hull City.

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The report doesn’t give any information on whether the Tigers are willing to take him on loan for the 2019/20 campaign.

Granada and Eibar have also looked at the option of a loan.

Now on holiday, it’s stated Mir is ‘glued to the telephone’, wanting to know his future, and aware he won’t be part of Wolves’ squad next season.