Wolverhampton Wanderers could potentially give Rafa Mir a chance next season, with a report claiming SD Huesca do not have a buy option on the player.
According to the Express & Star, the relegation-threatened Spanish outfit face losing the 23-year-old striker at the end of 2020/21 in potentially a big blow for them.
Mir has been a key player for Huesca this season.
His haul of eight goals has helped the club stay within touching distance of safety in La Liga.
Mir’s form has gotten some Wolves fans talking about whether he should be given a chance at Molineux next season, amid the current goalscoring struggles of Willian Jose.
The Express & Star suggest Wolves will give that some consideration.
Perhaps significantly, Huesca do not have an option to buy Mir at the end of his stint, meaning there’s a chance for the player to increase his value over the next couple of months.
No buy option is potentially good for Wolves
Should Mir finish the season strongly, then he could end up making Wolves a nice wedge this summer.
No buy option for Huesca opens him up to other potential suitors, and there’s likely to be several given his good work in a struggling side this season.
But of course, Wolves may not wish to sell the player and give him another chance at Molineux, which quite a few people would be on board with.