Liverpool attacker Harry Wilson has not proven himself in the Premier League and should move to the Championship before tomorrow’s deadline, according to Danny Mills.
The former Leeds and Manchester City defender, speaking exclusively to Football Insider correspondent Dylan Childs, said that while it would be a “big coup” for a Championship club to sign the 23-year-old, “nobody is too good for any level”.
Football Insider revealed earlier today that Blackburn Rovers have joined the race to sign the Wales international who is already the subject of interest from Nottingham Forest, Derby County, Swansea City and Cardiff.
BBC Sport report that Derby, the club at which Wilson spent the 2018/19 season on loan, are currently leading the chase for the left-footers signature.
Wilson spent last season on loan at Bournemouth, where he scored seven goals in 35 appearances.
When asked by Football Insider if he was surprised that a Premier League club did not sign attacking midfielder this summer, Mills said:
“It would be a big coup for a Championship club to sign him but nobody is too good for any level.
“Wilson has not really proven it in the Premier League as of yet. You cannot say that he is too good for the Championship right now.
“It is like saying a team is too good to go down, there is no such thing sadly. If you get relegated you deserve to.
“If you are not good enough to get a Premier League club then the Championship is your level.”
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