Leeds United reportedly have Liverpool attacker Harry Wilson in their sights for the summer transfer window.
According to the Sun, the Whites fancy the 22-year-old winger and would be keen on a loan or potential permanent move.
But it’s understood they would face competition from Wolverhampton Wanderers for his signature, whileBournemouth could make a £25million bid.
The Wales international lost in the Championship play-off final with Derby County, but made a colossal impact on loan with them.
Left-footed attacker Wilson scored 18 goals in 49 games across all competitions for Derby.
Whether Leeds could realistically win the race for him remains to be seen, but he would be an incredible signing if they pull it off and it would also be a considerable upgrade on Jack Harrison.
Harrison played an important role for Leeds this season during his spell on loan, but has now returned to Premier League champions Manchester City.
The wide man was an ever-present in Marcelo Bielsa’s team with 42 appearances, but he only managed four goals.
Wilson would be an upgrade going forward next season in the Championship for Leeds and help forget about Harrison’s exit.
The Yorkshire club have been lifted by news of Bielsa staying another year and they should once again be competing at the top end of the table if they get the summer transfer window right.