Harry Wilson makes a blow after deciding to stop Liverpool in search of regular first-team football with Crystal Palace, Newcastle and Southampton all interested
- The 22-year-old attacker created a furore this summer for his signature
- Wilson enjoyed an impressive loan spelling at Derby last season and scored 18 goals
- De Welshman now wants a move in search of regular first-team football
Harry Wilson is ready to talk to clubs in England, Germany and Spain after he has decided to leave Liverpool, according to the Daily Mirror.
The 22-year-old got an impressive loan spelling at Derby last season and scored 18 goals, just missing out on promotion to the Premier League.
Wilson was comforted by Derby boss Frank Lampard after the 2-1 defeat of Aston Villa in the play-off final of Monday's championship.
Liverpool ahead Harry Wilson enjoyed an impressive loan spelling at Derby last season
He feels that his chances will be limited on his return to Liverpool after the end of his season-long loan deal.
Wilson, who joined the club at the age of eight and was the Player of the Year player of Liverpool Academy Players in 2018, will attempt to get regular first-team football.
Crystal Palace, Newcastle and Southampton have all been associated with Wilson.
Wilson was comforted by Derby boss Frank Lampard after the 2-1 defeat of Aston Villa
German clubs Augsburg, Hertha Berlin and Eintracht Frankfurt have indicated their interest in the signature.
Wilson is also open to moving to Spain and there is interest in him from La Liga.
Liverpool may be willing to lose Wilson and they have recently sold other young players such as Dominic Solanke and Jordon Ibe.
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