Wolves player sees move to La Liga ‘with good eyes’, club interested in deal

Rafa Mir won himself a lot of fans during his loan at Las Palmas last season.
He made 30 appearances for the club, but rarely played the full ninety minutes, something which fans and the local media repeatedly commented on. During his 1,650 minutes on the pitch, he scored seven goals.
There had been suggestions Las Palmas could keep him for another season, but it’s thought to be quite possible that someone else will win the race.
Marca report Granada are interested, they’ve just been promoted back to the top flight of Spanish football and are looking for recruits to help them stay there beyond the next season.
According to the Spanish newspaper, 21 year old Mir would see the move ‘with good eyes’, as long as Wolves think that’s the route to go down.
Wolves could call Mir back to be in their squad for next season, with Nuno Espirito Santo’s side facing more matches.
It will be down to the Premier League club to decide, but Granada doesn’t seem a bad option for a loan.
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