Nuno Espirito Santo won’t let Sunday’s result affect his side’s quest for a European spot as they’re within touching distance at this moment in time.
Of course, the main aim has to be securing a European spot from here on in until the end of the season, but it won’t be easy as Nuno Espirito Santo’s side still have to face the likes of Liverpool and Arsenal.
But, it appears as if Wolves are looking to raid Liverpool rather than being worried about playing them at this moment in time, as according to Goal, the Midlands club are interested in signing Rafael Camacho.
Rafael Camacho hasn’t received many opportunities in the first-team ranks at Liverpool in the current campaign, but he started against Wolves at Molineux in the FA Cup back in January. It’s safe to say he impressed in that particular game as his pace caused all sorts of problems down the right-hand side, so he could be a valuable asset.
The Liverpool man is very versatile as he can play at right wing-back, right midfield or as a right winger, so he could come in handy for Wolves as Nuno Santo loves having attacking wing-backs.
One player who hasn’t exactly offered much in the final third this season is Ivan Cavaleiro as he’s produced just five goals and two assists in all competitions. Wolves fans will agree that he was pretty useless last time out against Watford in the FA Cup as he squandered a golden chance and posed very little threat.
A smart idea for Wolves would be to possibly get rid of the 25-year-old and replace him with the Liverpool man, as he has nine goals and eight assists to his name in 18 appearances for the Reds’ Under-23s. Plus, he’s only 18-years-old so he could become a future star if he’s given the correct guidance and he develops appropriately.
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