No fewer than four Premier League clubs are courting Liverpool starlet Harry Wilson ahead of a summer transfer tussle, according to The Sun.
Wolves, Bournemouth, Crystal Palace and Brighton are all keen on the attacker, who will be in demand during the summer.
The 22-year-old has been excellent during a season-long loan with Frank Lampard’s Derby County and Premier League football looks like the next stage in his development.
His performances have put the Rams on the cusp of promotion. They face Aston Villa in the Championship play-off final at Wembley on Monday.
The Sun reports that Liverpool value Wilson at £25 million. That could rule Derby out, even if they do get promoted, whilst it might see some of the other linked clubs prefer a loan deal instead.
Wolves would probably be in the best position to stump up the £25 million, but nonetheless the speculation involving Wilson looking like rolling on through the summer.
Reports of late seem to indicate that Liverpool have made up their mind not to keep Wilson at Anfield next season.
Wolves offer significant financial clout, whilst Palace might do if they offload Wilfried Zaha and Aaron Wan-Bissaka this summer.
For any other interested party, most notably Bournemouth and Brighton, they might need to hope Liverpool will be willing to let Wilson leave on loan again.
The 22-year-old has netted 18 goals and registered four assists this season, boasting real potential.
Whoever ends up securing Wilson’s signature will get themselves a player who could be set for a promising future in the game.