Liverpool have a mountain of young talent to boast about. Having brought in Sepp van den Berg, Ki-Jana Hoever and Harvey Elliott in recent seasons, the future looks bright for the Reds. One more senior-youngster is Harry Wilson, the 22-year-old is currently on loan at Bournemouth. Paul Robinson has tipped Harry Wilson to be a regular for Liverpool in 2020.
The Welsh winger has been in fine form for the Cherries this season, netting six goals in 11 Premier League appearances. The young wide man has been showcasing his free kick taking ability, netting a memorable goal against Manchester City among other strikes.
Wilson is currently suffering from a recurring injury has been returned to Liverpool for an assessment. The Welshman’s form has caught the eye of Paul Robinson, the ex-England keeper has tipped Harry Wilson to be a regular for Jürgen Klopp in 2020. Robinson told Football Insider:
“Harry Wilson, who’s out on loan at Bournemouth. I think he’s an outstanding young talent… At a team like Liverpool and Chelsea, and other teams that have got such big academies and players out on loan, players generally don’t get an opportunity to come back into the first team at their parent club. I think he will be different, he will come back into Liverpool next year and he’ll get regular game time.”
What RTK has to say
Fingers crossed Robinson is right. The Welshman has an abundance of talent, he can score from distance and can curl free kicks into the top corner with ease.
With the Reds stretched thin for cover in wide areas we could save a lot of money by trusting Wilson to step up next season. It may be a big ask but it appears to be a task that he is up to.