Liverpool may be set to sell Harry Wilson during the summer transfer window, according to Football Insider.
While it is suggested that the man currently on loan at AFC Bournemouth is highly regarded at Anfield, he may be allowed to leave the club permanently when the season ends.
The Wales international is being valued at £30m, but could be deemed surplus to requirements upon his return to the club, due to Takumi Minamino joining in January and Curtis Jones making his breakthrough.
This comes despite Jurgen Klopp having previously swooned over Wilson’s free-kick and shooting abilities, as reported by Liverpool’s official website: “Each free-kick is a proper threat. But we were never in doubt about Harry’s shooting abilities, his skills in that part of the game are incredible – world-class, for sure.
Wilson has had some eye-catching goals this season, notably his strike against Manchester City and a brace against Tottenham Hotspur.
However, he has not provided a single assist for his teammates this campaign, while also only managing one goal in his last nine league games, which came against Brighton & Hove Albion.
Therefore, despite his early flurry of action meaning that the 23-year-old is on seven goals for the season, it is understandable that Klopp is willing to see him leave.
That is especially so when Jones’ rise is considered, with the 19-year-old scoring two goals in three FA Cup games, while also notching the winning penalty against Arsenal in the Carabao Cup.
The move could also turn out to be of benefit to Wilson, as it would allow him to settle at a club, having now had three loan spells at different clubs in the last three campaigns.
With all of the above in mind, this could be a decision that works out well for everyone.