Wolves have now cemented themselves as favourites in the race to sign Liverpool youngster Rafael Camacho, with multiple teams from England, France, Portugal and Germany also interested, according to the Football Insider.
The Portuguese U20s winger has only managed one Premier League appearance with the Reds so far which is not surprising given the tough competition in that area of the pitch with Salah and Mane among Klopp’s first picks.
With this extremely difficult opposition in the side, it is unlikely that Camacho will be able to properly showcase his skills and talents in front of the Anfield faithful.
However, he has proven that you do not need to make a statement at senior level to be noticed as he has done it with Liverpool youth side.
In the youth set-up, he netted eight goals and assisted five in 14 matches, which showed he is a silky and skilful winger who can beat opponents and also has an impressive final product, something that is hard to come by in a young winger.
There is now a number of suitors interested in Camacho, especially from the Bundesliga, although it looks like he will be staying in England.
Wolves are the team who are now favourites to snap up Camacho and add him to the list of other Portuguese players in their side with players such as Moutinho, Ruben Neves, Diogo Jota, Rui Patricio, Helder Costa and Ruben Vinagre already in their ranks.
It would certainly make it easier for the young prodigy to settle into the club if there are so many players from his home nation in the side already.
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