Wolves are ready to go back to Liverpool with an increased bid for Liverpool midfielder Rafael Camacho.
The 19-year old Portuguese player made two appearances for the Liverpool first team last summer, one against Wolves in their FA Cup defeat at the start of January, and other, later that month, as a substitute in a 4 – 3 win over Crystal Palace at Anfield. Wolves have already made an opening offer of £10 million for the Portuguese under-19 international, but Liverpool want more and, according to The Daily Mail are prepared to allow his contract, which will shortly be in its final year, to run down if they do not get the desired price.
Camacho was an unused substitute in Liverpool’s Champions League Final win over Tottenham in Madrid last weekend. He is known for his versatility and ability to play across the front line, as well as at full-back and wing back.
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