Sky Sports claim that at least three Premier League clubs are chasing Harry Wilson. Liverpool have set a £25m asking price for Wilson.

Wilson has had a strong season with Derby County. The Rams have made the Play-Off final, for one thing, with the Welshman top scorer with 16 goals.

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He’s added four assists to that, too, and while he’s not the finished product, Wilson has proven that he’s a very bright talent.

But does he have a future at Liverpool? It’s a difficult question to answer. Liverpool have plenty of forward players in front of Wilson, after all. It means the 22-year-old may not be able to develop properly at Anfield, regardless of his ability.

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It makes the interest from elsewhere more enticing – £25m is nothing to pass up for a player with 18 months of senior experience. But any deal should come on the condition of a buyback clause.


Liverpool’s asking price for Wilson is very high, which makes a buyback clause difficult to negotiate. But given the player’s promise, it should take precedence.

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Liverpool have no desperate need for money, for one thing, and shaving a little off the fee for a buyback option is a price worth paying, if it comes to that.

A young, British product of Liverpool’s academy – Wilson could well be worth far more to the club than £25m in a few years.

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