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Liverpool should let Rafael Camacho leave this summer – but not on a permanent basis

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Liverpool should let Rafael Camacho leave this summer – but not on a permanent basis

The Portuguese attacker is set to leave Anfield this summer.

Liverpool ended the 2018/19 campaign by lifting the Champions League trophy aloft for the sixth time in their history.

Despite winning 97 league points the Premier League crown remains elusive, however, with Manchester City beating them to the title by a point.

It doesn’t look as though Anfield will become a hive for summer transfer activity during the off-season. Jurgen Klopp will be relatively happy with his squad and the majority of dealings will probably involve players leaving the club.

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One man who could be set to end his Anfield career is Rafael Camacho. The Evening Standard claim that discussions are underway with Sporting Lisbon over a transfer for the Portuguese winger.

The winger is set to be sold by Liverpool for £10 million and that could be a mistake.

Although Camacho has barely played for the Reds under Jurgen Klopp a loan spell might be more beneficial instead.

The caveat to that being possible could be Camacho’s contract situation.

 

He is out of contract next summer and he could walk away for a smaller fee.

If Liverpool can make him some promises regarding his future, however, he may well be tempted to extend his deal.

Marko Grujic was sent on loan to Hertha Berlin last season and impressed sufficiently. It has been mentioned that the Liverpool boss could hand him a chance next season.

The Serbian netted five goals in 22 appearances and the 23-year-old proved a rock in the middle of the park.

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Camacho is only 19-years-old and hasn’t really been given a chance at Anfield. Grujic clearly reaped the rewards of playing regular football and the young winger has the potential to do the same.

Liverpool should certainly let him go out to play some regular football but he could prove to be one that got away if they allow him to depart on a permanent basis.

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