Liverpool youngster Harry Wilson has been loosely linked with a move to Wolverhampton Wanderers with the summer transfer window rumour mill in full flow now, and he has had a decent year out on loan with Derby County.
Frank Lampard’s side had a late surge to get themselves into the Championship Play-Off mix and having defeated Leeds United, they now face Aston Villa in the Final at Wembley and Welsh international Wilson has made 48 appearances for them across all competitions, contributing 18 goals and four assists in the second tier.
The Birmingham Mail are one of many to speculate that we’ve an interest in the 22-year-old attacking midfielder and they state that Liverpool may allow him to move on for a fee in the region of £25million.
With plenty of speculation swirling about his future, the player himself has taken a sensible approach to things and he refusing to look further than the Play-Off Final – for the moment at least.
“I’m happy with how things have gone here, but when you’ve put so much into a campaign, like we all have at Derby, I’d be letting myself down if I was stood here thinking about the summer, or about next season or about what the future holds.”