Liverpool’s Harry Wilson finds himself out on loan at Bournemouth this season after an impressive 2018/19 at Derby and has stated he maintains contact with Jurgen Klopp, some Reds team-mates and his loan manager at Anfield.
As per the Daily Mail, Wilson has revealed the extend of his contact with life at Anfield and said Klopp was especially enthusastic about a wondergoal against reigning champions Manchester City in August.
He said: “I am always in touch with Liverpool, they have a loan guy there who I am in contact with every week, and I get the odd message off the manager. He says he has been watching and after I scored against Man City he congratulated me on the goal.
“He messaged and said ‘great free-kick!’ It gives you a boost to see that, and it is great he is keeping an eye on me. It is good to know when you go out on loan you are not forgotten about. I’m still in contact with a few of the lads and if I can get to a game I always will.”
TBR’s View – Has Wilson got a long-term future at Liverpool?
Xherdan Shaqiri came into Anfield last season and provided a quality option as a left-footed player cutting in from the right and scoring from range.
That’s essentially what Wilson is – with less experience – so it was perhaps little surprise he has been farmed out on loan again this season.
In that time, Shaqiri has struggled with injury and also looks to be getting more frustrated with his lack of gametime, so perhaps the Welshman might have his eye on replacing him come the summer.
All he can do is keep impressing at Bournemouth – where he is getting his first taste of Premier League football – for the time being.