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Harry Wilson Leaves Liverpools Pre Season Training Camp In Austria To Join Fulham For Ps12 Million

Harry Wilson, a winger for Liverpool, has left the club’s training camp in Austria to join Fulham for PS12 million.
Benfica were interested in signing the Wales international, but the Cottagers beat them to it, and Craven Cottage now appears to be his new home.
Wilson was at the club’s training camp in Austria until Saturday, but was left out of the team for a friendly against manager Jurgen Klopp’s previous club Mainz on Friday night to avoid jeopardizing any transfer talks.
Harry Wilson, 24, has left Liverpool’s training camp to complete a PS12 million move to Fulham. Wilson made only two first-team appearances for Liverpool, both in the League Cup and FA Cup. Wilson has since been allowed to leave for London to complete a medical ahead of the move after agreeing personal terms with Fulham.
Initially, it was thought that a cost of PS10 million would suffice, but The Athletic reported that Liverpool demanded PS15 million for Wilson.
A PS12 million compromise has been reached.
The 24-year-old former academy product has only appeared twice for the club, in the FA and League Cups, but has spent the majority of his career on loan at Hull, Derby, Bournemouth, and Cardiff.
Wilson played three times for Wales at Euro 2020, but he did not have the impact he hoped for, and he was sent off in the final minute of their 4-0 loss to Denmark in the last 16.
Wilson played three times for Wales with Euro 2020, receiving a red card against Denmark. The midfielder spent the previous season on loan at Cardiff City, scoring seven goals in 33 appearances, and is now set for another season in England’s second tier.
Fulham only stayed in the Premier League for one season, finishing 18th in the table.
Wilson will team up with Marco Silva, the former coach of Liverpool’s bitter rivals Everton, at Craven Cottage.
As Scott Parker left the west London club by mutual consent in June, Silva was selected as his replacement.

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