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Liverpool fans debate the future of attacker Harry Wilson

Some Liverpool fans on Twitter have been discussing the future of their star Harry Wilson, who has impressed out on loan at Bournemouth this season.

The right-winger moved to top-flight rivals Bournemouth on a season-long loan and has caught the eye with seven Premier League goals so far.

After a brilliant spell the previous campaign on loan with Derby County in the Championship, Jurgen Klopp’s team decided to give him a step up.

The 23-year-old is a skilful wide player that likes to cut onto his favoured left foot and is also a dead-ball specialist.

He’s been a real standout for a Bournemouth team that are battling against relegation and he has made a smooth transition to Premier League action, but he’s only played one senior game in his career for Liverpool so far.

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A selection of Liverpool supporters on social media appear to be split about what to do with Wilson next season when he returns from his latest loan.

There are some who feel the Wales international could finally make an impact in the first-team and he’s had a long journey since coming through the academy as a youngster.

But others are doubtful about whether the attacker is good enough for the Merseyside giants.

According to the Daily Express, Liverpool could consider selling Wilson in the next transfer window to help fund a move for RB Leipzig forward Timo Werner.

The report claims that they could make £30million from his potential sale and manager Klopp would have to ponder the decision.

Here are some Reds fans responding to the question of whether or not Wilson should be part of the squad next season:

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