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Wolverhampton Wanderers: Fabrizio Romano drops Rafa Mir claim

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On the edition of the Here We Go podcast, Fabrizio Romano has revealed a potential outgoing at Wolverhampton Wanderers this summer.

According to the transfer insider, Wolves striker Rafa Mir is expected to leave this summer, with Atletico Madrid believed to be a potential landing spot for the Spaniard.

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The 24-year-old spent last season out on loan at SD Huesca, where he made 38 appearances in which he was able to find the back of the net on 13 occasions (via Transfermarkt).

However, during his time at Molineux, the Spaniard has only made four appearances across and the FA Cup.

Discussing where the £10.8m-rated ace’s future may lie amid the reported interest coming from the current La Liga champions, Romano had the following to say.

“He’s ready to join Atletico Madrid, it’s almost done with Wolves and with the player.

“But Atletico Madrid have not completed the deal yet because they are exploring other options. And we will see a lot of rumours about [Dusan] Vlahovic, who is a fantastic talent. We’ll see in the coming days what happens with Atletico, they have different options, but Rafa Mir is the easiest right now.”

TIF Thoughts on Wolves’ season ahead…

There still seems to be a lot of unknowns about Wolves going into the 2021/22 campaign and a lot of it surrounds the futures of some of their players.

Adama Traore’s future still seems to be up in the air, with Leeds United one of the clubs said to be interested in the Spaniard this summer.

How Raul Jimenez will be able to adapt to life after his horrific skull fracture is also casting question marks over Wolves’ goal threat in front of goal following a dismal season without the Mexican last time out.

And all the doubts over their players comes at a time when a new manager has just taken the reins and will be hoping to implement his philosophy on the side, so Mir’s possible departure may only add to the intrigue and Bruno Lage’s plans going forward.

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