Leeds United could reportedly move for Liverpool’s Harry Wilson in the summer if they earn promotion, as he’s been tearing up the Championship on loan with Derby County this season.
According to the Sun in its print edition (March 3, page 61), the Whites do have the attacker on their radar ahead of a potential swoop at the end of the campaign.
The 21-year-old has been in remarkable form for Derby, scoring 12 goals and supplying four assists in 34 games across all competitions.
He is a right-winger that likes to cut inside onto his left foot and has a real eye for goal, while he’s a free-kick specialist too.
Wilson would be an excellent marquee signing for Marcelo Bielsa’s squad if they were promoted next year and would be snapping up a major talent from Liverpool.
It could be even more fascinating to have him and Leeds academy graduate Jack Clarke starring on the wings.
Clarke, 18, has made a senior breakthrough at Elland Road under Bielsa from the academy and has been brilliant when featuring in the Championship.
Leeds could be too hot to handle if they had tricksters Clarke and Wilson operating on either flank for the next decade.
Wilson is already a full senior Wales international with so much potential, while many feel Clarke is destined for greatness and it would be brilliant to pair them together.