Sport 'He's going' - Many Wolves fans react as 23 y/o admits there's a 'decision to make' on future
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Wolves to speak with former Benfica managerNuno Espirito Santo stood down as Wolves manager this past weekend after four years at Molineux, leaving the club looking for a new manager this summer.
Wolves striker Rafa Mir has said that his agents are ‘working on’ resolving his future at the end of his loan spell.
Speaking to, the 23-year-old said that he wanted to ‘continue growing as a footballer’ and hoped to find the ‘best place’ to do that. He added that there is a ‘decision to make’ this summer but acknowledges that it’s not entirely up to him.
Mir’s stock grows on loan in Spain
Mir spent the season at Huesca in the Spanish top flight and managed to score 13 league goals. That left him joint-eighth in La Liga’s, level with Barcelona’s Antoine Griezmann.
Never mind Lage: Wolves should consider hiring 54 y/o who called Nuno a "great coach" - opinion
Should Wolves consider hiring Julen Lopetegui as Nuno Santo's Molineux successor?He seemed happy and content with the direction in which the Old Gold were heading but, following a dialogue with Jeff Shi, he decided to hand in his resignation.
What’s more, he accomplished that feat for a side who ended up getting relegated, but he considerably underperformed on his expected goal tally of 16.5 (via).
Could Lage offer Mir a lifeline?
Mir has only madefor Wolves’ senior side, each of them in the 2017/18 season when they were a Championship club.
Wolves’Bruno Lage , so may be keen to deploy the Spaniard alongside Raul Jimenez in attack at Molineux.
Fan feedrelayed his comments, and here’s how some supporters reacted.
Wolves fans respond as Rafa Mir considers future
“Bring him back”
“Unless we are getting £20m keep him and give him a go.”
“Not gonna lie could do with him staying, with how paper thin the squad is he could do a job for us next year”
Wolves should consider hiring 3x UCL winner, Steve Bull thinks he's "top drawer" - opinion
Wolves legend Steve Bull has been left enthralled by the idea of Zinedine Zidane becoming Wolves manager.For the first time since 2017, there would be no Nuno Espirito Santo to welcome them in for their fitness and ball skills. It’s a strange place for Wolves, with the Old Gold stuck at their first real crossroads in the last four years.
“You know if we are gonna go 4-4-2 with Large next season, I say see how he does with Jimi upfront in a two, try him out.”
“He’s going!! I don’t think he’d be that good in the Premier League! Jose’ scored numerous goals in the Spanish league, but was useless at Wolves!!”
“Sounds like he doesn’t want to come back”
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