Returning to Wolverhampton Wanderers after a rather successful loan at Las Palmas last year, Rafa Mir is expected to go back out on a temporary deal again.

Unable to find his way in Nuno Espirito Santo’s plans, the young forward is likely to have a few options at his disposal, including one from Huesca in Spain’s second tier.

The La Liga2 side are on the lookout for attacking reinforcements and have drawn up a list that includes the 21-year-old.

Both AS and local newspaper Heraldo claim the same thing, which is that Michael Santos, currently at Malaga, is the name at the top, with the Wolves youngster a bit further down.

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The former explain the U21 Euros champion is one of the options Huesca are looking at, but his salary of €1m/year net is a bit difficult for the club to take on.

Furthermore, the two outlets are in agreement that, for now, Rafa Mir is waiting to see if he can get offers from clubs in the league above, La Liga.

AS also point out that Wolverhampton would ideally send their player to a club in the Championship, probably in order for him to get used to the more physical aspects of English football, but that’s not something the forward is interested in.

Seeing as there’s likely no rush in this, as Mir can join a Spanish side anytime between now and August 31st, he might hold out a bit longer before potentially agreeing to a move to Huesca.