Liverpool ‘will demand a £1m loan fee for Welsh winger Harry Wilson’ after Reds initially hoped to sell him for £20m… and ‘Swansea are favourites to land him’ before domestic window closes
- Reds also expect Harry Wilson’s wages to be paid for the season on top of fee
- Derby, Nottingham Forest, Cardiff and Norwich also in the running for Wilson
- Liverpool were impressed with Swansea’s development of Rhian Brewster
- Wilson was on loan at Bournemouth last season scoring seven goals for Cherries
Liverpool will demand a £1million loan fee for Harry Wilson with Swansea City leading the chase for his services, according to The Sun.
The Reds will demand the payment and the Welshman’s wages to be paid for the rest of the season.
There is also interest from Derby County, Wilson was previously on loan at Pride Park during 2018-19 campaign.
Wilson’s only appearance for the Reds this season came in their Carabao Cup defeat to Arsenal
Harry Wilson was on loan at Bournemouth last season, scoring seven goals for the Cherries
The Reds wanted as much as £20million for Wilson at the start of the transfer window, however no one came close to meeting their valuation.
The Anfield club will now settle for loaning out the 23-year-old.
Championship trio Cardiff City, Nottingham Forest and Norwich City are also rumoured to be interested.
However Swansea are the favourites to land Wilson. Liverpool were happy with the role the south Wales side played in former prodigy Rhian Brewster’s development.
Rhian Brewster made 20 Championship appearances for Swansea City scoring ten goals
The 20-year-old striker was sold to Sheffield United after returning from his loan spell with the Swans.
Wilson was on loan at Bournemouth last season and made 31 appearances for the Cherries, scoring seven goals.
His spell at Derby was his most prolific, under Frank Lampard’s tutelage he scored an impressive 18 goals in all competitions.
Wilson has only featured for Liverpool twice, he replaced Philippe Coutinho in an FA cup win over Plymouth Argyle in 2017 and started this season’s Carabao Cup defeat to Arsenal.
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