Many Wolves fans have been left to flock to a transfer update involving Rafa Mir.
As per Super Deporte, the striker has rejected a contract offer from the Midlands club, who have put a price tag of €15m (£12.9m) for his signature.
Should Wolves keep Mir?
There are a lot of teams that are thought to be interested in signing him in the summer window, namely Las Palmas, Nottingham Forest, Huesca and Valencia.
Considering that he has come off the back of a very good 2020/21 season, scoring no fewer than 16 goals in 39 matches in total across all competitions (Transfermarkt), some members of the Molineux faithful feel as if they should be keeping Mir, especially as a potential back-up striker given the head injury that ruled Raul Jimenez out of a lot of the last campaign.
However, he has only made a mere four appearances for WWFC’s senior side, and at 23 years of age, other Wanderers fans feel as if they could get good value from his sale.
Wolves fans on Mir transfer update
These Wolves fans seemed split as the transfer update was shared on Twitter:
“That’ll do nicely”
“Good business to sell”
“Great money for a player who couldn’t even make it in the Championship .. well done Wolves”
“I blame Nuno. #wwfc”
“No wonder he won’t sign a new contract, after being sent on loan all his Wolves career. Also, imagine being behind Silva in the pecking order & probably on an eighth of his wage. Something is seriously wrong at Wolves!!”
“Talent lost. Good Luck Mir xxx”
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