Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has decided to give Harry Wilson a chance to prove himself at the club rather than immediately selling him this summer.
The 22-year-old enjoyed a great season while on loan at the Derby County, scoring 15 goals as Frank Lampard’s side reached the finals of the Championship play-off.
Wilson with his performance has attracted the attention of several Premier League sides who wish to sign him on a long term basis alongside Bundesliga and La Liga clubs like Hoffenheim, RB Leipzig, and Valencia and Getafe also interested in the Welsh winger.
Wilson will be part of Klopp’s starting lineup as Liverpool will play eight international friendlies to be played between July 11 and before the start of the Premier League season starting on August 9.
The Scotsmen signed a new five-year contract with Liverpool last year which has helped to preserve his value and also has expressed his willingness to establish himself in the Red’s squad.
Ahead of the January transfer window, last season, Klopp had spoke about Wilson,
“I’m really happy about what Harry is doing. It’s fantastic. It’s a perfect example for it sometimes being really good to leave home to show up somewhere else,” he said.
“I really think Harry left in the right moment. Since I was in, everybody told me Harry Wilson needed to go on loan.
The Liverpool boss wants to have a close look at his performance before deciding on him in the transfer window.
In other Liverpool news Sir Alex Ferguson backed Klopp to take Liverpool to the pinnacle