Real Madrid are believed to be putting themselves back in the hunt to sign Wolves loanee Rafa Mir, according to reports in Spain,
The 23-year-old was ostracised during his time at Molineux having only made four appearances in a gold and black shirt, and is currently on loan at La Liga side SD Huesca until the end of the season.
As a result of this, Defensa Central reported that the Spaniard is being seen as a cheaper alternative to Paris Saint Germain star Kylian Mbappe and Erling Haaland at this time – due to the global pandemic cutting potential transfer spending.
Transfer Tavern Verdict
With the arrival of Willian Jose from Real Sociedad, Mir may have fallen further down the pecking order and Wolves could take full advantage of this.
Having purchased the in-form striker for such a low fee, Fosun could make a significant profit when Real Madrid come calling – that is if Wolves are willing to sell.
We think it is too early at this stage as many outcomes could occur from this situation. Based on Mir’s form this campaign, there is every chance he could feature for the Black Country club next season if Willian Jose fails to impress.
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