Liverpool will have a decision to make this summer over Harry Wilson with Celtic and Rangers joining the growing list of interested clubs.
Last season, Wilson scored seven goals in an impressive six-month loan spell with Hull City in the Championship. He joined the Tigers to find game time at a senior level as he wasn’t being afforded any minutes at Liverpool.
A front three of Mohamed Salah, Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mané is incredible to have but at times it comes as a cost in that it is very difficult to offer regular minutes to youth talent as Wilson discovered the hard way.
Alongside other youngsters, Wilson returned to pre-season training at Melwood on Monday and has just over a month to prove to Jürgen Klopp that he is deserving of a place in his squad for the season coming.
With Xherdan Shaqiri set to join Liverpool after the World Cup in Russia, a place on the bench will be just as hard to come by for Wilson and the likes of Celtic and Rangers have picked up on this.
According to talkSPORT, Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers is a “big admirer” of the 21-year-old, with new Rangers manager Steven Gerrard also keen on bringing in the winger.
The report says that the Liverpool manager “will go all out” to beat his former skipper to sign Wilson after making an unsuccessful approach for him in the past.
Hull City, Huddersfield and Fulham have all expressed interest in the past and it now seems it could come down to where Klopp wants him to play and what the player himself wants.