Castaway Liverpool winger Harry Wilson looks set for yet another loan stint as Jurgen Klopp looks to offload him to a Championship side before the transfer window closes (via Evening Standard).
The Merseyside outfit was reportedly looking to offload the Wales international permanently, but clearly the manager has had a change of heart. Or perhaps Michael Edwards is looking to get the best deal possible by placing Wilson in the shop window for one last time.
Liverpool’s deal savvy sporting director recently revealed he was hoping to bring in a handsome £50million by offloading Wilson, Marko Grujic and Rhian Brewster (via Goal.com). The latter has secured a permanent move to Sheffield United, but the other two fringe Reds will both be heading out on loan once again.
For Wilson, Edwards may be hoping to advertise his skills in hopes of a big money sale next year. Given the current financial climate, Championship sides may not be able to justify splashing the cash on him full-time. But given his impressive loan records so far, it could twist the arm of some interested clubs.
The 23-year-old spent the 2018/19 season with Derby County, where he established himself as a notorious free-kick taker. Wilson scored a total of 18 goals for the Rams, which 15 coming from their league run. His following loan move was slightly quieter but still impressive, netting seven times for Bournemouth last term (via Transfermarkt).
Wilson has proved he can perform at the highest level and that will be appealing to other clubs. If the Welshman has another strong season in the Championship this season, he will bring in a pretty penny this time next year.