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Liverpool teenager Rafael Camacho ‘wants Wolverhampton Wanderers move’

Liverpool teenager Rafael Camacho ‘wants Wolverhampton Wanderers move’

Liverpool youngster Rafael Camacho reportedly intends to reject a move to Sporting Lisbon and stay in the Premier League with Wolverhampton Wanderers.

Liverpool youngster Rafael Camacho reportedly prefers a move to Wolverhampton Wanderers than returning to Sporting Lisbon.

The 18-year-old, who spent five years in the Portuguese side’s academy, is said to have rejected the offer of a new contract at Anfield and is looking for a move away this summer.

Wolves and Sporting have both been strongly linked and, according to Portuguese outlet O Jogo, Camacho wants to stay in the Premier League and prove himself.

Camacho has featured regularly for the Reds’ Under-23s side this season, with his only first-team start coming in the 2-1 FA Cup loss at Molineux in January.

Wanderers are expected to strengthen their squad this summer, and they are rumoured to be close to breaking their transfer record for Marseille midfielder Morgan Sanson.

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