With Leeds United seemingly well in the market for squad improvements this summer, it is little surprise to see them being linked with a host of names.
The Whites have surprised a few with some of their signings, especially the capture of Rodrigo Moreno, who played a key role for Spain last night just a week after completing his move to Elland Road.
Robin Koch is the other big name to arrive while Rodrigo De Paul is another big-name player who is reportedly on Marcelo Bielsa’s wanted-list it seems.
Ryan Kent of Rangers is another name being mentioned, too. However, there is another player out there who Leeds could now have an opening to land and that is Liverpool winger, Harry Wilson.
According to Goal, the Reds are willing to sell Wilson this summer and will now even lower their asking-price from the £20m they were initially seeking.
Surely, then, it makes sense for Leeds to ramp up any interest they do hold in the former Derby County loanee.
Pace, goals, and a want to prove himself, Wilson could be brilliant at Elland Road
Wilson is a player Leeds know well from a few seasons ago. The winger was instrumental in helping Derby County see off the Whites over two-legs in the playoffs.
His ability is not in question. After proving himself in the Championship, Wilson then shone for Bournemouth last season despite the Cherries’ struggles, netting seven times despite Eddie Howe’s men being relegated.
Leeds base a lot of their emphasis in attack on getting down the flanks. And while they already have the likes of Helder Costa, Jack Harrison, and Pablo Hernandez to call upon, Wilson gives them yet another option.
If Liverpool are serious about accepting less than £20m for their man, then Leeds might well have one of the bargains of the summer on their hands.