Wolverhampton Wanderers are reportedly lining up a move for Liverpool youngster Rafael Camacho, believed to be in the region of £10million.
Camacho’s future with the Reds has been subject to scrutiny this season with the 19-year-old said to be growing frustrated by his lack of first team opportunities leading to him refusing to extend his contract with the club.
And according to the Daily Mail, Wolves are preparing a £10million bid for the versatile Camacho who is also said to be a target for AC Milan and Benfica respectively.
Camacho made his senior debut for Liverpool against Wolves in the FA Cup third round earlier this season, playing in his unfavoured role of right-back.
The 19-year-old has previously vented his frustration’s of being used as a full-back on his official Instagram page, stating his favoured position is in a more advanced role.
Camacho would join a strong Portuguese contingent at Wolves should Nuno Espirito Santo pursue a move for the youngster this summer.
Camacho's career so far
Camacho progressed through the ranks of the highly regarded Sporting Lisbon academy, before moving to Liverpool’s title rivals this season Manchester City.
The 19-year-old left City in 2016 to join Liverpool, where he has impressed.
Camacho featured multiple times for Liverpool in pre-season, as he continued to push for a place in the Reds’ first team.
As previously mentioned, Camacho made his debut for Liverpool earlier this season against Wolves in the FA Cup.