Wolves forward Rafa Mir is reportedly high on Atletico Madrid’s list of transfer targets.
The 24-year-old, who played once for Spain, was loaned to Huesca last season.
He has scored 13 goals in 38 league games and could return to La Liga this summer while also making a significant step in his career.
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Spanish outlet HOW writes that Atletico will pursue me if their deal is for Antoine Griezmann fails.
The French striker has been linked with a return to Atleti as part of Barcelonaaim to reduce their labor costs.
The most likely solution is a swap deal with midfielder Saul Niguez going the other way.
However, negotiations are slowing amid reports that Barca want a sizeable fee as part of the transfer.
The Griezmann deal is believed to take time and may even collapse before the transfer window closes.
I am being promoted to move to the Spanish capital to support Luis Suarez in attack.
He has only made four senior appearances for Wolves but seems to have a lot of admirers in Spain.
The forward is one of the cheaper options for Atleti as they look to strengthen Diego Simeone’s squad.
While a move from Griezmann would result in the club losing one of their star players, Mir wouldn’t charge a hefty fee.
Wolves would probably like to let him go so they can fund moves for other players.
I spent some time at the Barca academy before joining Valencia as a teenager.
He played for their B team 59 times and scored 25 goals when the Wolves called.
The West Midlands team snatched him up for just £ 1.8m as he would become their first choice striker in the future.
But his career has never worked out like this and Mir was dependent on loan changes for the season.
He had temporary stints in Las Palmas and Nottingham Forest before Huesca signed him in January 2020.
Wolves, on the other hand, hold back interest in star player Pedro Neto.
Liverpool, Tottenham and Juventus are watching his situation after a successful campaign in the Prem.
But wolves will only do business when a ‘huge offer’ comes in.