A report from Football Insider has provided an insight into Liverpool’s apparent plans for on-loan attacker Harry Wilson this summer.
22-year-old Wilson has been on the books of the Reds for 14 years, since going on to make his way through the club’s youth ranks.
To this point, however, despite being highly-regarded, the versatile midfielder/attacker is yet to make a Premier League appearance for Liverpool.
As such, the last couple of seasons have seen Wilson farmed out on a trio of consecutive loan spells.
After impressing with both Hull City and Derby County in the Championship, the Welsh international joined Bournemouth last summer, in a bid to adapt to the rigours of top-flight football.
And it is safe to say that Wilson has since gone on to continue to build on his stellar reputation.
To this point in the campaign, he has featured in all but 4 of the Cherries’ Premier League outings, establishing himself as an integral member of Eddie Howe’s squad.
Wilson has even managed to chip in with 7 goals, with his free-kick prowess a particular highlight.
Wilson set for permanent move?
As such, questions have inevitably begun to circulate surrounding whether or not Wilson’s fine form could see him finally carve out a place for himself in Liverpool’s first-team squad over the seasons to come.
As per the aforementioned report from Football Insider, though, this appears altogether unlikely.
It is claimed that, though Jurgen Klopp and co. think highly of Wilson, sources have informed FI that ‘they are not expecting him to challenge for a first-team spot next season.’
This is also at least in part down to the emergence of teenage talent Curtis Jones.
As a result, it is now deemed as ‘likely’ that Wilson will be sold come the summer.
Liverpool are said to be seeking a fee of around £30 million for the on-loan Bournemouth man.