Rafa Camacho takes to Instagram again with impassioned message about Klopp

Fair play Rafa Camacho.

The winger has come out to refute suggestions he wants to leave Liverpool this summer, which began to circle following an Instagram post he shared at the weekend.

The Portuguese starlet scored a hat-trick for our U23s on Sunday, but then took to social media vowing to prove those who think he’s a right-back, wrong.

Klopp used Camacho in this position twice for the first-team this season, and with the youngster not yet renewing terms on a deal that expires in 2020, many put one and one together.

The 18-year-old posted a long message on Instagram, along with this caption:

“Jurgen Klopp is my father in football.
Boss Jurgen bet on me and chose me to be part of his team.
Boss Jurgen believed in me and launched me into the premier league.
Boss Jurgen will be a part of my life forever, because it was he who pitched me into the most competitive league in the world.
Boss Jurgen will be unforgettable for me and my family.
I believe in boss Jurgen, and I know he believes me, too.
The boss knows better than anyone, that if he gives me an order on behalf of the team, I will give 200% for the boss, the team and the club.
My gratitude for Klopp will be eternal because he allowed me to be part of the best team in the world.

It makes no sense what the people of my faith are trying to insinuate after I have answered a friend who challenged me. 
Let’s get the win tonight boys.

YNWA”

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Jurgen klopp is my father in football. boss Jurgen bet on me and chose me to be part of his team. Boss Jurgen believed in me and launched me into the premier league. Boss Jurgen will be a part of my life forever, because it was he who pitched me into the most competitive league in the world. boss jurgen will be unforgettable for me and my family. I believe in boss Jurgen, and I know he believes me, too. The boss knows better than anyone, that if he gives me an orientation on behalf of the team, I will give 200% for the boss, the team and the club. my gratitude for klopp will be eternal because he allowed me to be part of the best team in the world. It makes no sense what the people of my faith are trying to insinuate after I have answered a friend who challenged me. Let's get the win tonight boys. YNWA

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We’re not sure where the misunderstanding originally comes from, as his original quotes seemed pretty blatant – but if Camacho wants to stay and prove himself – fantastic.

He’s young, skilful and his comments suggest he’s happy to give right-back a go if the boss reckons that’s his best position.