According to The Mirror, Huddersfield and Fulham are reportedly interested in trying to secure a deal that brings Liverpool forward and Welsh International Harry Wilson to either West-Yorkshire or West-London during this summer.
Wilson impressed away on loan at Hull City during the second-half of last season, scoring seven goals in 13 matches and its thought that both Huddersfield and Fulham are keen on bringing in the striker on a deal thought to cost around £7 million.
Liverpool are apparently keen on letting Wilson go out on loan once again, rather than letting him go out on a permanent deal on the cheap.
Supposedly, the Welsh International want to play regularly football and is prepared to move away from Anfield to do so. With Roberto Firmino, Sadio Mane and Mo Salah all ahead of him in Liverpool’s attacking order, he looks set to spend this season away from Anfield. Whether this will be on a permanent basis or purely on a loan spell depends entirely on whether Huddersfield and Fulham can stump up the money to lure the striker away from Merseyside.
Both Huddersfield and newly-promoted Fulham are looking to strengthen for the forthcoming Premier League season to avoid being relegated back into the Championship and both clubs see Wilson as a great signing to ensure their squads are at full strength.
With Liverpool’s reluctance to cash in on the young striker, it’s a question as to whether they can tempt the two clubs to get into a bidding war to sign the young striker to make a move away financially viable for Liverpool to accept.