Harry Wilson is set to stay at Liverpool this summer, according to The Sun journalist Alan Nixon.
The 21-year-old has been the subject of interest from various clubs over recent weeks but will remain at Liverpool for their pre-season and tours over the coming weeks. Any potential move away from Anfield could occur a lot later in the transfer window.
Wilson spent the latter part of last season on loan at Championship side Hull City and impressed for them. He scored 7 goals in 14 games as he helped the Tigers retain their second tier status under Nigel Adkins. His form caught the eye and he has become a man in demand.
It appears that Wilson does have a future at Liverpool and is a name to watch out for in the future. He joined the Reds in 2005 and rose through the youth ranks at Anfield. Wilson has been a key player for thir youth sides over recent years.
Wilson got his first taste of senior first-team football when he was loaned out to Crewe Alexandra and played 7 games for them in League One. He made his first-team debut for Liverpool in January 2017 in an FA Cup tie against Plymouth Argyle.
That was his only appearance for the Reds but he has also made 4 caps for Wales. He became the youngster ever debutant for Wales in 2013 against Belgium aged just 16.
Harry Wilson is one for the future but his near-future will be at Liverpool despite interest from Championship clubs.