Liverpool winger Harry Wilson could reportedly be one of many Anfield departures in the coming months.
Having been unable to sanction permanent exits last year as the pandemic took hold of football finances, Reds’ chief Jurgen Klopp will be hoping the transfer kitty receives numerous boosts this time around.
The Welsh star, currently enjoying the crest of a wave with his country at Euro 2020, is one of the names linked with a transfer away from Merseyside after a season-long loan stint at Cardiff City last term.
According to a recent report from Goal‘s Neil Jones, as quoted by Anfield Effect on Twitter, the 24-year-old might not be short on options.
Recent reports have stated a fee of around £15 million would be required to land the Welshman – following the rejection of a £12 million offer from Burnley last summer.
During a loan move in the 2019/20 season, he was described as ‘hugely impressive’ by then Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe.
Whilst at Cardiff, the Wrexham-born star scored seven times and registered 12 assists in 39 matches across all competitions.
Albeit a gifted individual, it seems unlikely the highly-regarded player will ever become a mainstay in the German’s plans.
Valued at £15.3 million and under contract at Anfield until June 2023 (Transfermarkt), Michael Edwards will be optimistic of landing a healthy fee.