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Rafa Mir ends the loan from Nottingham Forest, while the Wolves attacker joins Huesca with a temporary 18-month deal

Rafa Mir ends the loan from Nottingham Forest, while the Wolves attacker joins Huesca with a temporary 18-month deal

  • Wolves outcast Rafa Mir joined Huesca after ending the loan to Notrtingham Forest
  • The 22-year-old has concluded an 18-month loan agreement with the Spanish club
  • Mir made 11 league games for Forest, but just couldn’t find it

Wolves ahead Rafa Mir, 22, has canceled his loan in Nottingham Forest to go to Huesca on the Spanish side with an 18-month loan.

The Spaniard joined Wolves in January 2018, but only appeared twice in their championship winning season.

After falling out of the first team photo, he joined Las Palmas in the summer of 2018 and scored seven times in 30 league games for the club.

Wolf striker Rafa Mir has left Nottingham Forest to join Huesca for an 18-month loan

Wolf striker Rafa Mir has left Nottingham Forest to join Huesca for an 18-month loan

Mir came on loan to Nottingham Forest last summer, but only made 11 league games and did not score.

Mir initially broke through in Valencia in 2015, but after six performances for his boy’s side, he was allowed to move to Molineux.

Although Mir has struggled at senior level, he has five goals in 10 games for the Spanish under-21 side.

The 22-year-old attacker has scored five goals in 10 games for Spain under 21

The 22-year-old attacker has scored five goals in 10 games for Spain under 21

The 22-year-old attacker has scored five goals in 10 games for Spain under 21

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