Valencia seeks to strengthen its lead for next season, and has set its sights on Rafa Mir as its main objective. The Murcian striker is out of José Luis Mendilibar’s plans at Sevilla, so both the club and the player are looking for a way out that satisfies both parties. Although Valencia is not the only team interested in Rafa Mir, they would only consider his signing as a loan.
The Nervionense club is willing to allow the player to leave on loan, but wants to include a purchase clause to obtain some financial return on the operation. Rafa Mir, formed in the Valencia youth academy, has a contract with Sevilla until 2027, after being acquired for 16 million euros from Wolverhampton two years ago. Although other clubs, such as Ajax, have asked for the player directly for a transfer, Rafa Mir prefers to stay in La Liga and returning to Valencia is the option that appeals to him the most at the moment, according to the newspaper. Brand.
They want more gunpowder for their attack
Valencia, who struggled last season to ensure their permanence, need to strengthen their attack. In addition, he is looking for a way out for Marcos André and Edinson Cavani. Other La Liga clubs, such as Getafe or Celta, have also shown interest in Rafa Mir, but for now the Valencians have a certain advantage thanks to the player’s will.
The lack of goalscoring production was one of the main problems of the Valencian team last season, especially in the second half after the World Cup. Valencia scored only 42 goals in 38 games, being one of the seven teams with the fewest goals scored.