Liverpool are reportedly keen to send Harry Wilson out on loan at Wolves this summer who are vying for his signature on a permanent basis, according to Birmingham Mail
The 22-year-old Welshman is back at Liverpool after spending an impressive season at Derby County, and the Anfield management is thinking of what decision could be taken with the winger’s future in the months to come.
Wilson has been in fine form on loan at the Derby, chipping in with 16 goals and providing four assists in 42 appearances.
Meanwhile, the Rams are very much interested in bringing him back to Pride Park either on a loan or permanent contract, in a bid to strengthen their attack for next season.
However, it has also been suggested that Liverpool may demand in a range of £20m to let Wilson go on a permanent basis, that could be a convincing factor for Wolves.
But, it is highly unlikely of any deal to be completed any time soon with Liverpool keen to analyse the Welsh before the start of next season.
Jurgen Klopp would like to see if there is any possibility of him to become a part of the Liverpool squad before making a final decision on him.
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