According to the Liverpool Echo, a total of twelve Championship clubs have enquired about the availability of Liverpool youngster Harry Wilson.

The winger spent the second half of last season on loan at Hull City last season, and scored seven goals in just 13 games for the Tigers.

Hull are keen to bring the young Welshman back to the club on loan, but they face competition from Aston Villa, Leeds United, Derby County, Stoke City, Middlesbrough, Norwich City, Preston North End, Queens Park Rangers, Reading, Swansea City and West Bromwich Albion.

His scintillating form last season has meant his stock has risen massively, and it is reported a dozen teams in the Championship have enquired about the 21-year old winger. However, Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp will not rush into a decision quickly, and will want to have a look at Wilson in pre-season before the 2018/19 campaign gets underway.

Klopp has ruled out a move to Celtic however, who also expressed an interest in the winger. The rejected proposal was over concerns regarding Premier League players not being given the opportunity in the SPL, with both Manchester City’s Patrick Roberts and Chelsea’s Charley Musonda having limited game time at Celtic Park last season.

Wilson managed to pick up the Academy Player of the Season last year, despite playing half of the season in the Championship with Hull, and shows the talent he possesses. Klopp sees a bright future for Wilson, and a loan deal can only aid him in his development.

Where he ends up next season remains to be seen.


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