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Wolves: Fans laud potential swap deal involving Kang-in Lee and Rafa Mir

Wolves: Fans laud potential swap deal involving Kang-in Lee and Rafa Mir - Wolves Transfer Rumours

Many Wolves fans have been left to laud a transfer update on Kang-in Lee after Sport Aragon reported that he could be signed in a swap deal with Rafa Mir.

As per the news outlet, the Midlands club will not accept an offer of anything less than €15m (£13m) for Mir, whose loan spell at Huesca ends at the end of the 2020/21 term.

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However, they may be interested in doing business with Valencia in a potential deal for Lee, which would see both players being sold separately for the same price.

While Mir has performed very well so far this season, scoring no fewer than 15 goals in 33 games in total over all competitions (Transfermarkt), he has only ever played in four senior matches for the Molineux faithful.

On the other hand, Lee is an upcoming talent at just 20 years of age, and would certainly offer Nuno Espirito Santo another good option in the attacking areas.

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A swap deal could certainly benefit the Wanderers in the longer term, providing that they can get it over the line.

Wolves fans on potential Lee and Mir swap deal

These WWFC supporters lauded the idea of swapping Mir for Lee on Twitter, with one fan even going as far as to claim that the latter is a ‘quality’ player:

“Welcome Kang-in”

Credit: @leaoinwolves

“Yes do it…..”

Credit: @fireagram

“DO IT”

Credit: @Callum_Howen

“Kang-in Lee is quality, can play in that cam role, would be a great addition”

Credit: @arvinwwfc

“Lee would be a great signing and an actual number 10”

Credit: @Matt123525

“GET IN, HE’S ONE OF MY FAV YOUTH PLAYERS”

Credit: @iamrockymstar

In other news, find out what Tim Spiers update has left fans fuming here!


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