Liverpool could be having a massive clearout this summer. There are rumours of a number departures from Anfield as the club looks to trim the fat, offloading fringe players who haven’t made the cut. The Reds will inevitably be considering coaxing clubs into paying to make loan moves permanent. Following the impending sale of Nathan Ake, Liverpool could squeeze Bournemouth for an inflated fee for Harry Wilson.
Megabucks Manchester City
Pep Guardiola’s side will be heading into the new season with bruised egos having fallen so far behind Liverpool in the 2019/20 campaign.
The Spaniard has a string of issues in his squad, most notably the lack of a top quality, commanding centre half.
In an effort to solidify the back line Manchester City have had a £41m bid (BBC) for Nathan Ake accepted by Bournemouth.
No room for Wilson
As it stands there is no room for Harry Wilson in the Liverpool squad. The Welshman would be returning to Anfield as third choice on the right wing, perhaps even fourth depending on how highly the gaffer rates Harvey Elliott’s progress.
With the Reds being forced to sell before they buy this summer due to the impact of the global health crisis we can expect the likes of Wilson to be moved on.
At 23-years-old we needed to have seen much more from the winger during his loan spell on the South Coast if he wanted to remain on Merseyside.
Bournemouth to bag Harry Wilson?
The Cherries are about to be in the money. Even though the South Coast side have been relegated from the Premier League they are about to receive a huge cash injection from the sale of Nathan Ake to Manchester City.
Michael Edwards has fleeced Eddie Howe’s former side previously, selling them Dominic Solanke for an astonishing £19m.
Given that they have money to spend, Michael Edwards could potentially convince Bournemouth to splash out on Harry Wilson.
The Reds will be looking to squeeze any potential suitor for every penny given the financial restraints the club faces this summer, Bournemouth look like a prime target at the minute.