Wolverhampton Wanderers are said to be interested in signing Rafael Camacho from Liverpool this summer (O Jogo, via The Mirror).
The Reds youngster has made just two appearances for the first-team this season, and is not really in Jurgen Klopp’s plans at the moment.
Camacho, a Portuguese youth international, seemingly took a ‘dig’ at the manager and his coaching staff recently on Instagram, leading to more speculation that he will leave Anfield this summer.
The winger reportedly rejected an offer of a new five-year deal (The Sun), and it appears Wolves may stand a good chance of signing the teenager.
Should Camacho pitch up at Molineux ahead of the 2019/2020 season, there’s one player who seriously needs to step up for the sake of his own future with the club.
It’s been a poor season from club-record signing Adama Traore.
Wolves signed the Spaniard from Middlesbrough last summer for £18 million (BBC Sport) and expectations of the player were high.
His form for Boro suggested Wolves had secured themselves an ideal player for the Premier League, but Traore has struggled in the top-flight.
He has failed to nail down a regular starting spot at Molineux, and has scored just one goal and made one assist in 33 appearances.
He’s a player who must step up in the final few games in order to show Nuno Espirito Santo that he need not pursue Camacho.