Some Wolverhampton Wanderers fans have been reacting to a new report about Rafa Mir, which claims the club could look to sell this summer.
Mir is currently enjoying a fruitful loan spell with Spanish outfit SD Huesca, and has scored eight goals in the league so far this season and 11 across all competitions.
He’s been a key player for them, and is giving them a fighting chance of staying in La Liga at the end of the season.
Mir’s haul of goals has apparently now led to interest from Inter Milan according to Inter Live.
The Nerazzurri supposedly see the 23-year-old as a potential replacement for Romelu Lukaku.
It’s explained that Mir is valued at around £17 million by Wolves, who would make a tidy profit on the player if that’s ultimately what they sold him for.
The new report has been picked up by Wolves fans on social media.
Conversation is again turning to whether Mir should be sold or given a chance to add to his four first-team appearances at Molineux.
It seems that despite a fairly large valuation of £17 million, fans still hope Mir is kept ahead of the 2021/22 season.
ahaha what gun man Rafa replacing lukaku
— Fred (@WwfcFnhe) April 1, 2021
Wolves don’t want him back but somehow one of the biggest clubs in Europe wants him. Makes no sense
— Pedro de Oliveira (@pcaseiro) April 1, 2021
Stick him up front with Jimenez
— Billy Stanley (@billyraystanley) April 1, 2021
Why don’t we play him and actually see how he does? He’s obviously got ability
— Joe Manns (@JoeManns2) April 1, 2021
Get him back to molineux.
— bobbie123 (@robbiepthewolf) April 1, 2021
We’re gonna look like right mugs with this lad aren’t we https://t.co/487uU9LoUH
— Rob 🐺 (@robbowwfc) April 1, 2021
Rafa replacing Lukaku, who would of thought 😭😭 https://t.co/HeHmA7yMhI
— Zach (@XZachM) April 1, 2021
This guy would be an absoloute gunman under conte https://t.co/W0JB3Yqm5h
— Will (@wwfcPerry) April 1, 2021
It’s amazing how high this guys stock is in Europe, plenty of interest in him. Maybe just better suited to football outside of the UK. https://t.co/iGXeDuC3k3
— Martin (@MrR1g4t) April 1, 2021