Wolves are interested in signing Liverpool talent Rafa Camacho this summer, according to The Daily Mail.
The paper say that the 19-year-old prospect is unsettled at Anfield after being utilised as a right-back in his limited Liverpool appearances to date.
Rejecting the chance to sign a new long-term deal at the club, it appears he will be sold this summer with just one year left on his current contract and Wolves are the team leading the chase on a potential transfer.
The Mail reckon he would be available for around £10m.
Given he has only made two senior appearances in his career so far, Camacho would clearly be a player bought for his potential rather than on the evidence of past form and £10m is no small fee for an untested player.
Nonetheless, that promise of an exciting future is certainly there and there’s no better evidence of that than Liverpool being keen to extend his current contract at the club.
He’s shown exciting progress at reserve and youth level this season, netting 12 goals and assisting 8 in 20 appearances across Premier League 2 and the UEFA Youth League.
The Portuguese youth international would appear to have the potential to play for a top six club in the future and that’s exactly the kind of talent Nuno Espirito Santo needs to bring to the club and develop for Wolves to reach the next level.