Liverpool winger and current Bournemouth loan star, Harry Wilson, is apparently keen on being given a chance with the Reds next season.
The Welsh starlet is set to be a man in demand come the summer. After scoring seven goals for the Cherries, Wilson has enhanced what was already a growing reputation in the game.
A number of clubs, then, are bound to be keen on doing a deal to land Wilson on a similar deal to that which Bournemouth have taken him.
However, according to a report from the Liverpool Echo, Wilson is keen to remain at Anfield.
The report from the Echo, which quotes Tom Crocker from the Bournemouth Echo, claims that the Cherries are keen on keeping Wilson. However, it is also widely believed that the winger wants to prove himself at Anfield.
It would, of course, be a tough ask for the Welshman. Considering the talent Liverpool have in wide areas, Wilson would need to make a big impression over the summer.
Wilson was a man in-demand during the summer of 2019. After impressing with Derby County in the Championship, there was a clamour amongst Premier League clubs to snap him up.
Bournemouth won the race and he has featured regularly. An injury to David Brooks has left the door open for Wilson and he has seemingly snatched his chance under Eddie Howe.
A massive ask – TBR View
Harry Wilson has an undeniable talent and could well be a success at Liverpool. The problem he has is that the players ahead of him in his position are just so good.
Mo Salah and Sadio Mane aren’t going anywhere soon. Meanwhile, the likes of Xherdan Shaqiri and Adam Lallana don’t get regular minutes. Furthermore, the Reds have recently signed Takumi Minamino.
It is, therefore, a huge ask for Wilson to go back to Liverpool and cement himself in the team. Another loan move, or even a permanent switch, might well be the best option for the winger come the summer.