Club Atlético Osasuna is looking for a striker to fill the possible vacancy that Chimy Ávila will open in the next winter market. Although the Argentine footballer was close to leaving the club in the final week of the summer market, his transfer was not completed before the transfer window closed.
With several teams interested in the Rosario attacker, Osasuna must consider an alternative plan to strengthen its attacking line. Braulio Vázquez, the sporting director of the Rojillo club, has turned his attention to a Sevilla player: Rafa Mir, according to Todo Fichajes.
Osasuna wants Rafa Mir to step up his attack
Rafa Mir, the Cartagena-born striker, has expressed his desire to leave Sevilla and although it initially seemed as if his priority was to return to Valencia, the Che team have ruled out his signing. Mallorca also tried unsuccessfully to secure his services, but now Osasuna is proving to be a strong contender in the race to sign him.
If Osasuna manages to earn at least €10 million from the sale of Chimy Ávila, they will have the necessary resources to smoothly progress the Sevilla striker’s signing. It is estimated that Sevilla could demand around €8 million for Rafa Mir, a figure Osasuna would be willing to pay.
The possible arrival of Rafa Mir in Osasuna would be a strategic move to strengthen the attack line of the Navarrese team. As the season develops and the winter market approaches, fans will be paying close attention to the negotiations and the possible outcome of this story, which could have a significant impact on the club’s performance in the second half of the season.