Liverpool winger Harry Wilson has decided to leave the Anfield this summer.
The 22-year-old star guided Derby County to reach the finals of the Championship playoff and aims to play in the first-team football in the next season.
However, Wilson still has one year left on his contract with Liverpool but believes his opportunities may be limited under Jurgen Klopp.
The Wales international is attracting interest from the Premier League, Bundesliga and La Liga, according to the Mirror.
Crystal Palace along with the Newcastle, Southampton and Brighton are keen to sign the winger this summer, while Bundesliga clubs like Augsburg, Hertha Berlin and Eintracht Frankfurt are also monitoring the situation carefully.
Meanwhile, Wilson has also expressed that he is open for a move to La Liga.
Liverpool may be looking to cash in on Wilson with several Premier League and German clubs interested in him.
Wilson has netted 18 times and provided four assists on loan for Derby County this season.
The winger thinks that he must continue to play first-team football to keep progressing in his career.
Harry Wilson has played 43 matches for the Derby County this season scoring 16 goals and providing four assists.
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