Liverpool are prepared to sell Rafael Camacho to Wolves but only if the Premier League outfit increases it’s offer to £10 million, according to the Daily Mail.
The 19-year-old has been used by Jurgen Klopp on a couple of occasions as an emergency right-back but Camacho is actually a natural forward.
He is heading into the final year of his Liverpool contract and is now free to talk to interested clubs but unless Wolves or another side offer more than £10m, the Reds will reportedly not release him.
According to the Daily Mail, Liverpool are not to be shifted on their stance and will not sell Camacho until their asking price is met.
It’s unclear how much the Reds are actually after for as the Liverpool Echo reported two weeks ago that they only wanted £10m but now Sportmail claims it’s higher than that.
One thing is clear, however, sporting director Michael Edwards will not be convinced to lower his and the club’s asking price and that unless Wolves increase their offer, they will not be able to sign Camacho.
It’s a pity that the Portuguese winger will inevitably leave the club as it was his timely block that won Liverpool three points against Crystal Palace during a dramatic 4-3 win over the Eagles at Anfield in January.
He was an unused substitute in the Champions League final and has posted on Instagram to tell fans that he will never forget the time Liverpool won the European Cup for the sixth time.