Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe says Liverpool loanee Harry Wilson will head back to Anfield this week to get to the bottom of his injury problems.
As per the Bournemouth Daily Echo, Howe explained complications with a dead leg which are likely to require a return to Merseyside to get to the bottom of.
He said: “Harry’s is a strange one. He suffered a knock on his leg, a dead leg. But it’s swelled up and the swelling keeps returning. We are going to probably get him back to Liverpool this week and hope he can be back very soon.
“Liverpool will have a look at him early in the week. I just think it’s the right thing to do with him obviously being contracted to Liverpool, just to check he’s okay.”
TBR’s View – Big season for Wilson with other Liverpool youngsters emerging
Wilson is getting regular Premier League action at Bournemouth, but other, younger prospects such as Harvey Elliott are getting some time in the spotlight at Anfield.
That means he has to keep impressing and hope that Jurgen Klopp is taking notice upon his return from injury, because it’s so tough to break into this Liverpool side these days.