Wolverhampton Wanderers striker Rafa Mir has expressed his desire to make a move to Mallorca.
The 23-year-old’s future is a point of interest this summer.
Mir enjoyed an excellent 2020/21 season with Spanish outfit Huesca, scoring 16 goals in all competitions.
His contributions weren’t quite enough to keep Huesca in La Liga.
His goalscoring exploits were coming at a time when Wolves were really struggling in attack in the absence of Raul Jimenez.
But that seems unlikely, with the player providing some new comments about his future.
He told Onda Cero: “We have a good relationship with Mallorca. I have love for the land. There are a lot of things that need to be in line for me to come here. We’ll see what happens, but the truth is I’d like to [play for Mallorca] a lot. That’s not new.”
Mir’s father played for Mallorca between 1989 and 1991.
Mir’s head elsewhere?
It seems Mir would be happy to turn his stay in Spain permanent.
Having excelled in a struggling side last season, it’s no surprise he’d be happy to carry on in La Liga.
Mir says a lot of things need to be in line for him to go to Mallorca, but there have been reports claiming many other teams from Spain are keen.
Hopefully above all else, Wolves secure good compensation which can then be reinvested into deals for new players.