Wolves are interested in Liverpool starlet Rafael Camacho, according to a report by Portuguese outlet O Jogo, as relayed by the Daily Mirror.
Camacho could reportedly be available on a free transfer this summer and Wolves have a large contingent of Portuguese players they want to add him to.
He has played at right-back twice this season for the Reds but took to Instagram after scoring a hat-trick from a winger role for the under-23s against Leicester earlier this month to say that he is not a defender.
But the issue for him is that Wolves don’t play with wingers either – preferring the 3-5-2 system that has worked so well for them this season – so it’s hard to see where he’ll get the gametime from in that role.
Jurgen Klopp is unlikely to want to lose a highly promising young player this summer but if Camacho is already being outspoken when he hasn’t established himself in the first team, then it might be for the best if he leaves now.
The best the player can hope for at Wolves is being Matt Doherty’s understudy at right wing-back, but the Irishman does need some competition, so it could be a smart switch from Nuno Santo’s point of view.