Camacho & # 39; prefers & # 39; wolves
The Portuguese film star Rafa Camacho would rather & # 39; prefer & # 39; join Wolverhampton Wanderers then return to Lisbon and sign for Sporting, reports O Jogo.
Wolves have been closely associated with the 18-year-old Liverpool midfielder who is sure to leave Anfield this summer.
In recent weeks, the Portuguese press has suggested that Sporting is the leader in landing Camacho.
But according to the latest reports in Portugal, Camacho prefers to prove itself in England.
He has not had many opportunities to impress under Reds boss Jurgen Klopp and continues to spend most of his time in Melwood with the youngsters under the age of 23.
Camacho recently came out on social media after packing a hat-trick for Liverpool's second series in a 6-0 win over Leicester City.
He said: "I do not know whose idea it is, but I will prove that they are mistaken in my football.
"I'm not a good defender, I'm an attacker who scores goals, this is my DNA, happy to score three goals and help the team win today's victory vs. Leicester."
Wolves are expected to invest heavily this summer, not only to give the first team of Nuno Espirito Santo a boost, but also the academy.
Wolves target sent message
Phil Parkinson has told wonder kid Luca Connell to play & # 39; s somewhere & & # 39; when he leaves Bolton Wanderers this summer, amid Wolves' interest.
Connell no longer has a contract with crisis club Bolton and it is increasingly likely that he will continue to circle Premier League and championship clubs.
The 17-year-old, who can play in defense or midfield, has been in the championship for Bolton eight times this season and is reportedly viewed by Wolverhampton Wanderers, Everton, Tottenham Hotspur, Southampton and Leeds United.
And because there are no new owners at cash-tied Bolton, Connell's contract situation has not been resolved any closer.
"The last dialogue I had with Luca's agent, he said when the club got a new ownership and it was in a stable position that Luca and his family would love him to sit down and talk to us about a contract "Parkinson said.
"But we have not been able to reach that situation, so you can probably understand it while you sit back and wait."
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More interest in Pepe …
Liverpool is the newest team to have an interest in the Lille star – and suggested Wolves' target – Nicolas Pepe, writes Joseph Chapman.
The 23-year-old, who played this season by storm, has scored 19 goals and contributed 13 assists to the top layer of France and such a form has led to interest in all kinds of clubs in Europe.
Pepe, who represents the Ivory Coast at international level, is said to have been the subject of an offer from Inter Milan and has plenty of worshipers in the Premier League.
With a score of € 70 million, Pepe is now linked to a move to Anfield through reports in France.
Jurgen Klopp, who came close to recruiting Lyon star Nabil Fekir last summer, has his Red Side in a direct race with Manchester City for the Premier League title this season, but plans at clubs across the continent will already have an eye on the summer transfer. window and what it entails.
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