According to reports in the Football Insider, Wolves manager Nuno Santo has his sights set on Liverpool youngster Rafael Camacho.
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It is insinuated Camacho won’t be renewing his contract with the Reds and has had offers from several clubs, including clubs like Borussia Dortmund, Sporting and RB Leipzig.
Camacho has been priced at £10 million and Wolves are prepared to pay this and have gone as far as offering him a five-year deal to switch to the club this summer.
Since being at Anfield, Camacho has been essentially played at right-back but he is preferably hoping to play a more advanced role.
In 20 youth team appearances this term, Camacho has netted 12 goals and has provided eight assists, so it is straightforward to see why he is craving to prove himself as a striker rather than sticking it at right-back.
With the offer that Wolves have come up with it’ll be difficult for Jurgen Klopp’s side to keep hold of the promising youngster, particularly with many other clubs interested in him also.
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