Liverpool must block all reported interest in Harry Wilson this summer and they would be committing an epic blunder if they moved him on permanently.
The Daily Mirror claims that Premier League new boys Fulham and English rivals Huddersfield are keen on signing the 21-year-old in this transfer window.
It is understood that the pair are willing to fork out £7million to sign the attacker and that the Reds could be “tempted” to cash in on him if he doesn’t feature in Jurgen Klopp’s first-team plans next season.
The report details that the Wales international feels he now needs regular first-team football and Liverpool’s preference would be to send him out on loan for another year.
Wilson ripped it up out on loan with Hull City in the Championship during the second half of the 2017/18 campaign, scoring seven goals and supplying four assists in 14 appearances.
The wing wizard is one of the brightest sparks to come out of the Merseyside club’s academy in recent yeas and surely they can’t let him go.
His price tag could be more than trebled if he enjoys one decent season in the Premier League and Klopp should promote him to his side next year.
Wilson could provide great cover for the starting XI, where he would be able to slot into the attacking roles when required.
Liverpool need a deep squad if they are to win silverware next season and promoting one of their wonderkids seems logical, while his encouraging displays as a dazzling winger suggest he is ready to step up.
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