Premier League outfit Wolverhampton Wanderers will increase their £10m offer for Liverpool defender Rafael Camacho in their bid to sign the Portuguese player during the current transfer window.
This is according to the publication from Daily Mail which revealed that Wolves want to sign the 19-year-old utility player.
Rafael Camacho can play effectively as a right-back, right winger or as a midfielder.
He has one year left on his contract and Liverpool risk losing him for free if they don’t sell the Portuguese player this summer.
Wolves were rebuffed after they made a £10m bid for the aforementioned Camacho.
It was revealed that Liverpool will not hesitate to let the player run down his existing contract until next summer when it expires if they don’t receive the desired transfer fee for him.
Rafael Camacho is on the fringes of Liverpool first team at the moment.
He made two appearances in all competitions for Liverpool during the just concluded campaign.
Rafael Camacho played his first game of the season in an FA Cup third round away clash at Wolves on January 7.
The Portuguese fullback played the entire duration of the game as Liverpool were eliminated from the competition via a 2-1 defeat.
His second and final game came as a substitute during the 4-3 win over Crystal Palace in a league game.
Camacho was an unused substitute for Liverpool during the recent Champions League final which ended in a 2-0 win for the Reds over Premier League rivals Tottenham Hotspur.