Liverpool have reportedly slapped a £25 million price tag on young forward Harry Wilson, as a number of Premier League clubs line-up for his signature.
The 22-year-old has enjoyed an impressive season while on loan at Frank Lampard’s Derby County, scoring 16 goals and providing four assists in the Championship, including scoring one in last week’s 4-2 win over Leeds, to help the Rams into next Monday’s Play-off final against Aston Villa.
He is due to return to Liverpool in the summer, although with the likes of Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino ahead of him, not to mention man-of-the-hour, Divock Origi, it is hard to see where opportunities will come for Wilson in Jurgen Klopp’s side.
His form is however attracting attention from a number of other Premier League clubs, with Sky Sports reporting that Newcastle, Crystal Palace, Southampton and Brighton are interested in signing the Wales international.
They also report of interest from abroad, with Eintracht Frankfurt, Augsburg and Hertha Berlin all credited with having an interest as well as ‘several clubs in Spain’. Meanwhile, should they beat Aston Villa in the Wembley final this weekend, Derby would also be keen to retain him for their Premier League adventure next season.
The report claims that Liverpool will look to recover a fee of £25 million for the Wrexham born forward, who has been on the club’s books since 2005.
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