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09/05/2019 - 13:18 BST

Potential Exit For 18-Year-Old Liverpool Star Moves Up Notch, Father Meets Interested Club


The father of Liverpool youngster Rafael Camacho met Real Madrid earlier this week to discuss a potential move to Spain for his son.

The young winger has made just two senior appearances for Liverpool this season and has been considering leaving the club this summer.


Benfica and Sporting Lisbon have been interested in snapping him up and have been working on securing his signature over the last few months.

But the Portuguese giants are facing stiff competition from Real Madrid, who have emerged as potential suitors for Camacho this summer.


And according to Portuguese daily A Bola, the winger's agent was in the Spanish capital earlier this week to meet Real Madrid over the possibility of his son moving to the Bernabeu.

Real Madrid seem to have emerged as serious contenders to sign Camacho and with his father meeting the club, the links are becoming increasingly serious.

Liverpool remain reluctant to sell the youngster and Jurgen Klopp blocked a move to let him go to Sporting Lisbon in the January transfer window.


Camacho wants to play regular first-team football and has aired his grievances over being played out of position this season.