The 19-year-old, who has just one year left on his current deal, could be sold for less than £10million this summer
Liverpool youngster Rafael Camacho is reportedly refusing to sign a new contract.
The 19-year-old is desperate to play regular first-team football amid transfer interest from Sporting Lisbon and Wolves.
Portuguese outlet A Bola claim Camacho, who has just one year left on his current deal, could be sold for less than £10million this summer.
He has made just two senior appearances under Reds boss Jurgen Klopp, who has been unable to guarantee him regular playing time.
Camacho is a winger, but played at right-back in Liverpool’s FA Cup defeat to Wolves in January.
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In April, the Portugal Under-18 international hit out at Klopp and his coaching staff on social media for deploying him as a full-back.
After scoring a hat-trick for Liverpool’s Under-23 team against Leicester, he said: “I do not know whose idea it is, but I will prove that they are mistaken about my football.
“I’m not a right defender, I’m an attacker who scores goals. This is my DNA.
“Happy to score three goals and help the team in today’s win vs Leicester.”
Liverpool will not want to lose Camacho on a free transfer next year, so they could reluctantly sanction a sale before his contract runs out.