Anfield must still be buzzing after a momentous 4-0 win against Barcelona on Tuesday night. Liverpool are in the Champions League final yet again and also have an outside chance of lifting the Premier League title tomorrow evening. Jurgen Klopp has done an incredible job following his arrival in the autumn of 2015, particularly with the youngsters who are contributing week in week out at the zenith of European royalty.
Although there have been some high-profile names linked with a move to Merseyside, a few exits are also on the cards at the end of the ongoing term. Rafael Camacho is one of them who has been linked to a move to Wolves for a while. According to A Bola from a couple of weeks ago, the Premier League new boys saw an offer of £8.5m batted away by the Reds.
But the 18-year-old is now drawing interest from Real Madrid after a stunning season in PL2 with the Liverpool reserves. His father recently met with the Blancos official to discuss a potential transfer (as claimed by Record), and the teenager is expected to be incorporated straight into Castilla if a move materialises in due course.
The Portuguese is also drawing interest back from his country as well as Germany and has stalled on agreeing to new terms with Liverpool beyond his current contract which is set to expire next year. Klopp is an admirer of Camacho’s talent but, at the same time, is unable to offer him senior minutes immediately.
Predominantly a winger, Camacho was handed a start in a makeshift right fullback role against Wolves in the FA Cup third round fixture. He then made his Premier League debut a few days later in the closing minutes against Crystal Palace but has found it difficult ever since to secure a squad role following the Reds’ recovery from a temporary injury crisis.
The former Sporting academy prospect still needs to develop his skills and composure to stake a claim in Klopp’s first-team plans. He is a fantastic prospect with ample time to flourish furthermore, and a move to Madrid would not bring in any drastic change to his current status.
Wolves, meanwhile, are an emerging English side with a lot of promises shown on their return to Premier League football and a transfer to West Midlands might see him gaining more playing time compared to what he is going to attain at Liverpool in the upcoming months.
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