Liverpool U23 captain Harry Wilson is the subject of interest from both Celtic and Wolves with a loan move in mind for the young attacker.
According to ESPN, Harry Wilson is attracting interest from Celtic and Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Brendan Rodgers’ Celtic are set to lose Patrick Roberts for next season with the forward set to return to Manchester City with his loan spell in Scotland set to expire soon The Scottish champions are looking for a replacement and Harry Wilson could be a good fit.
Wilson has been in spectacular form for Liverpool’s U23 side this season, scoring 28 goals from a wide attacking role.
Brendan Rodgers is also well caught up on Wilson’s talents after his time as Liverpool manager which ended in 2015 when Jürgen Klopp was appointed.
On the other hand, Wolves are looking to put together a side that can achieve Premier League promotion and have identified Wilson as a player who can aid them in this objective.
Liverpool could be open to loaning Wilson to Wolves given their recent experience with the Championship club. Sheyi Ojo, who has struggled with injury this season, spent time on loan with Wolves before Klopp recalled him.
According to ESPN’s report, however, Liverpool would rather not part ways with Wilson as they are confident that the forward can break into the first team squad in the coming years. Klopp’s philosophy has always been to keep his most promising stars close to his team.
As shown by the extensive run in the first team of Ben Woodburn and Trent Alexander Arnold this season, Klopp is a manager who appreciates youth players and is unafraid to give them a run in the side if they are ready for it.
As far as Harry Wilson is concerned, he may well receive a call-up next season. Liverpool are certain to play in Europe next season, Europa or Champions League is not confirmed, but it could lead to Wilson and other Academy hopefuls to getting chances in the EFL and FA Cup.