Welsh winger has seen his stock rise during an successful loan spell at Derby County, scoring 18 goals as Frank Lampard’s Rams narrowly missed out in the Championship play-off final.
Now, however, it seems Jürgen Klopp will permit Wilson to leave despite a belief the young attacker is eager to try and make a name for himself at Anfield.
• 18 goals
• 17 with his left foot
• 9 from outside the box
• 6 assists
• 5 direct free-kicks
• 3 penalties
— Derby County (@dcfcofficial) 19 May 2019
That said, The Mirror also suggest Jürgen is considering whether to loan out the Wales international yet again, though cashing in on Wilson while his reputation is high could be an option for the German.
There is alleged interest in the in-form youngster from Budesliga sides Hoffenheim and RB Leipzig, while clubs in La Liga – namely Valencia and Getafe – have apparently been keeping tabs on him too.
A move to Germany could see Wilson follow in the footsteps of Jadon Sancho and Reiss Nelson – two British youngsters who have impressed as imports from the English game.
On these shores, Premier League sides are keen on Wilson with Brendan Rodgers’ Leicester and newly-promoted Aston Villa listed as potential suitors.
Steven Gerrard is also a certified member of the Welsh winger’s fan club; after taking the Reds’ Ryan Kent on loan up at Rangers, he might also throw his hat into the ring should Wilson depart.
It remains to be seen what the future has in store for Harry Wilson at the club, but one thing is for sure: he’s got talent, ambition, a lethal left foot, and deadly free-kick in his locker.
At the purported figure of £21 million, it could suit all parties involved once the dust settles.