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"Keep him": Liverpool fans react to news that Harry Wilson could be sold

The Liverpool squad is bulging at the moment. The Reds have had a number of loan stars return from their temporary moves and as a result decisions have to be made on who stays and who goes. According to the Liverpool ECHO, Liverpool have decided that Harry Wilson will be sold if he is to leave – he isn’t leaving on loan again.

Liverpool have decided that Harry Wilson will be sold if he is to leave – he isn’t leaving on loan again. (Photo by Eurasia Sport Images/Getty Images)

Bournemouth spell

Wilson spent the last season on loan at Bournemouth.

The Cherries were ultimately relegated from the Premier League but Wilson still had some bright moments throughout the season.

In 20 starts and 11 sub appearances the Welsh winger grabbed seven goals, including a memorable free kick against Manchester City.

Although he didn’t take the season by the scruff of the neck as hoped it is hard to judge him when playing with such a poor side.

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Liverpool could sell Harry Wilson

According to the Liverpool ECHO, Liverpool have made a decision on Harry Wilson.

 

That decision is that he isn’t making another loan move. Anybody who wants him this summer has to buy him and they have to cough up £20m in order to do so.

If no club comes forward to take him off Jürgen Klopp’s hands then he’ll be kept at the club as a squad player, challenging Xherdan Shaqiri for that backup winger spot.

Kopites react to decision

One fan said that we need him to step up when needed, our current backup isn’t always there for us.

Another suggested that being in the Liverpool shirt could get the best out of him, as opposed to playing for the Cherries.

This supporter is impressed by the Reds’ resolve but isn’t sure Wilson will stay.

A Kopite claimed that Jürgen Klopp could transform him into a world class winger.

He could be useful should the front three’s legs give in.

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