Wolverhampton Wanderers have been working hard this summer to turn their side into a competitive force for the upcoming Premier League campaign.
Nuno Espirito Santo has made a number of ambitious signings to help improve his squad ahead of their return to the top-flight, with a number of major coups having already been made.
The Molineux outfit have already added Rui Patricio and Raul Jimenez to their side, with the likes of Willy Boly, Diogo Jota and Leo Bonatini all turning their stays from a temporary basis to a permanent one.
However, it looks as though one man is to depart Wolves this summer on a loan deal, as he looks to develop his game further.
According to an announcement from the club’s official website, Rafa Mir has completed a season-long loan switch to Las Palmas. The striker only joined the club in January from Valencia, however, he failed to make an impact during their Championship-winning year with the club.
With the signings that Wolves have already made this summer, it was unlikely that Mir would have the chance to break into the first-team.
A loan move for the Spaniard would be beneficial for the 21-year-old as he would be able to continue his development at a decent level, with Las Palmas in the Segunda Division.
It is hoped the season-long loan with the Tenerife based outfit will help turn the young striker into a top quality player and could help him in trying to break into Nuno’s first-team plans in the future.
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