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Fulham Are Chasing Liverpool Winger Harry Wilson For Ps15 Million With Klopp Looking To Unload Players

This summer, Fulham are said to be leading the hunt to capture Liverpool winger Harry Wilson.
Wilson has never appeared in a senior league game for Liverpool in his 16 years with the club, but he has impressed on loan at Derby, Bournemouth, and Cardiff in the last three seasons.
Fulham believe he is the best man to lead their effort to return to the Premier League at the first time of asking, according to Goal.
Fulham, who were relegated last season under new manager Marco Silva, are apparently leading the race for Liverpool winger Harry Wilson. The Cottagers do have widemen Neeskens Kebano and Anthony Knockaert in their roster but are still keen to sign Wilson, who has accepted he may require a permanent move.
The 29-cap Welsh international is in Austria this week for Liverpool’s pre-season training camp, but he is unlikely to see regular first-team action at Anfield anytime soon.
Fulham are said to have had a long-term interest in the 24-year-old, who has two years left on his present deal, despite the fact that no formal transfer bid has been made.
Wilson has only been in two cup games for Liverpool in his 16 years at the club, and Jurgen Klopp seems willing to unload periphery players to fund their major summer purchases Wilson represented Wales at Euro 2020, but was sent off in their last-16 defeat to Denmark. Jurgen Klopp’s team turned down a PS12 million deal from Burnley last summer, but another productive Championship loan at Birmingham is on the cards for Wilson.
Brentford are also reported to be keeping an eye on the issue, with Swansea City, West Bromwich Albion, and Benfica of Portugal all interested in another loan, though Liverpool would prefer a permanent sale.
The Reds are aiming to shed a number of marginal players in order to earn finances for significant summer acquisitions such as Youri Tielemans and Florian Neuhaus.

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