Sevilla have refused to sell 26-year-old striker Rafa Mir to AC Milan. After the Red Devils tried to sign the player to strengthen their attack line on a one-year loan deal with a mandatory purchase clause worth around 15 million euros. In the summer of 2024, according to a report from Relebo last Friday.
Rafa Mir was not in the team plans of Jose Luis Mendilibar, who chose Youssef N-Nesyri as the starter. Before Sevilla looked to find a way to release the 26-year-old striker team this summer. Even though the deal with Valencia failed. That doesn’t mean that Rafa Mir will no longer have the opportunity to move away from Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan UFABET
According to a report from Relebo, AC Milan is in talks with Sevilla to bring Rafa Mir to strengthen the team on a one-year loan deal. This includes a clause to sign permanently next summer. Expected to be in the region of 15 million euros, with the Red Devils wanting to close the deal before the summer window closes. However, Sevilla rejected the offer because there was not enough time for them to complete the deal. Finding a replacement for the 26-year-old striker