19-year-old Liverpool starlet Rafa Camacho, who only has a year remaining on his Reds contract, looks set to leave this summer, with two clubs about to go head-to-head to sign him.
The versatile teenager has featured at right-back for Jurgen Klopp’s first-team, but also plays across the front three, making him a brilliant player to have in a squad.
However, he appears to believe that his chances of minutes at the top level will increase if he goes elsewhere. Camacho has reportedly made it clear that he sees his future away from Anfield, and Klopp will not stand in his way if that is the case.
According to Birmingham Live, Wolves are very keen on adding to their Portuguese contingent but face stern competition from Sporting Lisbon.
Liverpool will not let him go this summer unless a fee of around £10 million can be agreed, even with only 12 months left on his deal. It might, then, be that both Wolves and Sporting wait until next summer to sign him for free, leaving him in limbo for the coming season.
Either way, it seems that Camacho has played his last first-team game for the club and will be on the way out at some point, perhaps sooner rather than later.