In heaven

Jurgen Klopp refuses to remove Liverpool's youngster Rafa Camacho from the club following reports of a move to Wolves.

Reports in Portugal indicate that the 18-year-old would prefer to prove himself in the Premier League instead of returning home.

Camacho has spent the bulk of the campaign in Liverpool's U-23 squad, his only defeats in January against Wolves in the FA Cup and Crystal Palace in the Premier League.

His future is uncertain when the utility man enters the last year of his contract.

He sparked speculation after he went into social media with a stunning punch on the Liverpool boss after feeling he had been knocked out of position.

Since then, however, Camacho has again made contributions and praised the influence of the Germans on his burgeoning career.

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Old Gold Silva

Wolverhampton Wanderers was reportedly offered by AC Milan striker Andre Silva.

Calciomercato reports that the Serie A squad approached Wolves over a possible summer deal as they were trying to catch up on the 33 million pounds they had paid for him.

Milan had provided Silva with a loan last summer that included an option to buy the 23-year-old for around £ 35m.

But Sevilla is unwilling to top up this type of cash, and Silva will return to San Siro at the end of the season.

Milan claims that he wants to move on and will ask Jorge Mendes, the super agent, for help.

Praise in unusual places

Paul Merson believes Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo deserves to be in for the season's Premier League manager.

The Portuguese have led their team to an FA Cup semi-final, reaching the Wolves' highest score in the Premier League.

With five games to go, they are in eighth position and have a good chance of securing a place in the Europa League.

The Wolves followed their defeat at Wembley to Watford with a 3-1 victory against Southampton.

Even so, Merson, who has annoyed the Molineux masses with his negative predictions so often this season, has supported them not only for Europe, but also Nuno for the gong.

To Sky Sports & # 39; The Debate he said, "Look at the wolves, they've had a phenomenal season of mixing as they did.

"If I look at the games, I would say that wolves will be the team that will come in seventh. If they do, they lose in the semi-finals of the FA Cup, come out of the championship and finish seventh. "

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A helping hand

The West Bromwich Albion youth have taken a giant step to ensure Wolverhampton Wanderers win a trophy in Black Country this season.

The Albion U23 team had a 1-1 draw on Thursday afternoon, while fellow Wolves left the door open to claim the title.

A strong baggies squad, including James Morrison, Tyrone Mears and Wes Hoolahan, came from behind to earn a share of the loot with the title hunt against Saints.

With this result, Southampton remain tied with Wolves in the third division of Premier League 2 Group 2.

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