Goal reports that Liverpool are fielding interest from Wolves and several other European sides for the services of Rafael Camacho.
RB Leipzig, Benfica and Sporting are all interested in Camacho and Neil Jones writes that the 18-year-old could depart. Liverpool want a £10million fee to let the Academy star leave the club.
Chances have been limited for the young winger as every game this season has been a must-win as Liverpool push Manchester City all the way.
Salah and Mane have been very good this season and their form and proven quality have made it impossible for Jurgen Klopp to consider giving minutes in the Premier League to Camacho and co.
The summer transfer window will once again be an interesting one for Liverpool as it will more than likely yield several exits as Klopp looks to weed out the remaining dead wood and sell youngsters that won’t make it into the first team but are too old to continue playing regularly in the reserves.
Sheyi Ojo, Taiwo Awoniyi and Ryan Kent are ones that could leave, with Steven Gerrard going so far as to publicly reveal that he is doing everything he can to keep the winger at Rangers for next season.
Most fans couldn’t be bothered about outgoings and will be more concerned about which players Liverpool will be bringing in to bolster the side for next season.
The priorities for Klopp should be another striker, a natural no.10 and a centre back. There are other positions that need to be invested in but not as heavily as the aforementioned three.