Liverpool’s Harry Wilson looks set to be the subject of vast interest from an army of Premier League clubs frantically chasing his signature.
The winger’s sensational form at Derby County, where he has spent the season on loan, is catching the eye of several top-flight outfits.
Wolves are one of the many clubs keeping tabs on the 22-year-old, according to The Sun.
Wilson has scored 18 goals and registered six assists so far this season and could yet add to his tally in Monday’s Championship play-off final at Wembley.
The Liverpool man is valued at £25 million, according to the report in The Sun and that wouldn’t represent bad business for Wolves.
Working under Nuno Espirito Santo at Molineux could be a superb next step for the dazzling youngster to take in his career.
Wilson will work best when playing in a side that likes to operate on the front foot and plays a brand of eye-catching football. That epitomises Wolves and the Wales international would be a nice fit in the West Midlands.
Espirito Santo has worked wonders with younger players at Molineux. The likes of Conor Coady, Diogo Jota and Ruben Neves have all shone under his management.
Wilson must fancy letting Santo loose on the next stage of his development and he could prove a very shrewd addition to the Wolves ranks for next season.