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Liverpool want £20m for Harry Wilson

According to a report from the , Liverpool are set to demand a transfer fee of £20m for academy product Harry Wilson, amid serious interest from a number of Premier League clubs.

The 23-year-old Wilson has been regarded as one of the most talented youngsters to have come through our academy. However, given the attacking riches at the club, he has been constantly farmed out on loan season after season.

Harry Wilson spent the last season on loan at Bournemouth (Image credit: Getty)

Harry Wilson spent the last season on loan at Bournemouth (Image credit: Getty)

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Wilson, till date, has had temporary stints away at Crewe Alexandra, Hull City, Derby County and Bournemouth. He has only made just the first-team appearance for his parent club.

Back after a decent campaign away on loan with the relegated Bournemouth side, Wilson is keen on regular first-team football, something that is not guaranteed at Anfield currently. So, Jurgen Klopp is ready to offload him in the ongoing transfer window. (h/t Mirror)

And there doesn’t seem to be any shortage of suitors with as many as four Premier League clubs vying for his signing. Indeed, Newcastle United, Crystal Palace, Southampton and newly-promoted Leeds United are all keen to sign the Welsh international. (h/t Mirror)

The club, now, is ready to cash in on him, and have decided to place a price tag of £20m. Given Wilson’s immense potential and the fact that he still has three years left on his current deal with the club, it seems a fair asking price.

Wilson still has three years on his contract

Wilson still has three years on his contract

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We could certainly used him as cover for our first-choice attacking trio. However, Wilson’s keenness on a starting role seems set to bring his time at the club to an end. It, now, remains to be seen where the Welshman ends up before next season.