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Football News » Wolverhampton Wanderers » Club ‘closely follow’ Wolves man – Belief Nuno’s side will not ‘ask too much’ for summer
Rafa Mirs decision to join SD Huesca on loan from Wolverhampton Wanderers in the winter 2020 market has paid off.
The striker is impressing in La Liga this season, scoring 12 goals in 30 league matches, which includes six goals in last five matches.
His fine form has caught the attention of several clubs, and three days ago, La Razn reported the 23-year-old has emerged as a new target for Sevilla.
Their local rivals, Real Betis, have emerged as a new suitor for the Wolves owned player. Thats according to Sundays edition of AS, who say Manuel Pellegrinis side closely follow the Spaniard, who has exploded at Huesca in the last month.
Its claimed Los Verdiblancos will look to sign a new frontman after this season if one of their current strikers ends up leaving the club.
Mir has been identified as a target and, in the summer, he will have a year left on his contract with the Premier League side.
Taking into account the duration left on his contract and the global pandemic, AS are of the belief Nuno Esprito Santos side will not be able to ask too much to sanction Mirs sale.
Its to be noted Huesca retain an option to make Mirs stay permanent and the same is not mentioned in AS report.
In the event Huesca exercise that option, Real Betis will then have to negotiate with their Spanish counterparts rather than Wolves.