Liverpool’s Harry Wilson is set for a permanent move to Fulham after leaving the club’s training camp in Austria
Liverpool’s Harry Wilson set up a £10 million permanent move to Fulham after the Wales international was left out of the Reds’ pre-season win over Mainz by Jurgen Klopp in Austria
- Wilson has loaned out most of his career but is ready for a permanent deal
- The winger is expected to join Fulham after spells at Cardiff and Bournemouth
- Wilson played just two first-team matches for Jürgen Klopp .’s seniors
Fulham nearing a deal for Liverpool winger Harry Wilson.
The Wales international drew interest from Benfica but the Cottagers have jumped to the front of the line and it’s clear Craven Cottage now looks like his most likely destination.
Wilson is currently at the club’s training camp in Austria but was withdrawn from the squad for Friday night’s friendly against manager Jurgen Klopp’s former club Mainz so as not to jeopardize a transfer.
Fulham strike £10m deal for Liverpool and Wales winger Harry Wilson Wilson
Wilson made just two first-team appearances for Liverpool, in the League Cup and FA Cup
Liverpool expect to get around £10 million for the 24-year-old former academy graduate, who has made just two first-team appearances for the club – in the FA and League Cups – but has spent much of his time on loan at Hull, Derby, Bournemouth and Cardiff.
Wilson made three appearances for Wales at Euro 2020 but did not have the impact he would have liked and was sent off to Denmark in the last 16 in the last minute of their 4-0 defeat.
The midfielder spent the last campaign in the Championship on loan at Cardiff City, scoring seven goals in 33, and is now set for another season in England’s second division.
Wilson made three appearances for Wales at Euro 2020 and was sent off against Denmark
Fulham managed just one season back in the top flight, finishing 18th in the standings.
If Wilson completes a move to Craven Cottage, he will team up with Marco Silva, the former coach of Liverpool’s rivals Everton.
Silva was named as Scott Parker’s successor after the former midfielder left the West London club by mutual consent in June.