Liverpool Slam £21m Asking Price On In-demand Winger
Newly crowned Champions League winners Liverpool have slammed a big transfer fee on winger Harry Wilson ahead of any proposed transfer this summer.
This is according to the Daily Mirror which revealed that the Reds have slapped a £21m asking price on Harry Wilson.
The Welsh international player was recently in action in the colours of his country as Wales were beaten 2-1 at the home of 2018 FIFA World Cup finalists Croatia in what was a Euro 2020 qualifier.
Harry Wilson spent last season on loan at English Championship club Derby County whom he helped to the playoff final before they were beaten by Aston Villa.
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The Midlands club will feature in the Premier League next season as a result while Derby County will have to try again in the new season in their bid to regain their spot in the top flight of English football.
Harry Wilson is keen to return to Liverpool after a superb season for Derby County but he’s likely to be on the fringes of the first team.
The aforementioned publication revealed that Liverpool are exploring the options available to them as regards Harry Wilson.
Liverpool have the option to loan him out once again or sell him for the £21m earlier mentioned with clubs in and out of England keen on his signature.