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Rafa Mir’s next move becomes clear after leaving Nottingham Forest

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Rafa Mir has joined Spanish second division side SD Huesca on an 18-month loan deal, one day after his loan spell at Nottingham Forest was cut short.

The 22-year-old joined Forest on a season-long loan deal from Wolverhampton Wanderers in the summer, but he struggled to make an impact at the City Ground.

The centre-forward failed to score in 13 appearances for Forest and was often criticised by fans for some poor performances on the pitch.

Mir last featured for Forest at the start of December and the Championship club announced on their club website yesterday evening that the Spaniard’s loan spell at the City Ground has been cut short and that he would be returning to Wolves.

However, Wolves have now confirmed that Mir will be returning to his homeland and will be joining Huesca until the summer of 2021.

Mir has plenty of experience in Spain, having started his career at Valencia. He also scored seven goals in the Spanish second division while on loan at Las Palmas last season.

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The Verdict

Mir is a decent player, but he really struggled to make an impact at Nottingham Forest and it seemed somewhat inevitable that he would be leaving the club this month.

Things just did’t work out for the striker at the City Ground and his performances on the pitch were very disappointing. It might seem harsh, but it was probably the right decision for Forest to terminate his loan spell.

Hopefully Mir will be able to get his career back on track in his homeland with Huesca. He scored seven goals in the Spanish second division last season, so this move could be what he needs to get his confidence back.

Thoughts? Let us know in the comments below.


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