Liverpool should sell Harry Wilson this summer despite the Welshman’s stunning loan spell with Derby County in the Championship.
The 22-year-old has never been given a chance in the first-team under Jurgen Klopp.
The likes of Trent Alexander-Arnold, Ben Woodburn and Ovie Ejaria have been given game time with mixed results.
The former is a key player in the starting XI but Woodburn and Ejaria have fallen off the radar somewhat.
Wilson was sent out on loan this season after being told by Klopp that he would find a starting role hard to come by. His response was to score 16 goals and provide two assists for Derby.
His free kicks have proven to be a source of much joy for Frank Lampard’s side but it’s unlikely that he’ll make the grade under Klopp.
It has got less to do with his own talent but more to do with how high standards are at Liverpool at the moment.
With Liverpool on course to record one of the highest points tallies in Premier League history and are in a good position to win the Champions League final, Wilson simply isn’t at the level required.
Given how he performed in the Championship this season, there’s no doubt that he’ll go for a good fee.
Michael Edwards should be able to get close to £30million for the Academy graduate.
If Liverpool can sell him for a good price, it will aid the purchase of a natural no.10. Naby Keita has performed well over the last month but Klopp needs to sign a specialist playmaker this summer.
Houssem Aouar is reportedly on the German’s shortlist but there are yet to be any major developments.