Liverpool have a number of bright young talents out on loan at the minute. This parade of youngsters are out getting vital first team experience, minutes they wouldn’t have been given at Liverpool given the depth of talent in the first team. Twitter has been drooling over Harry Wilson after his stunning goal for Cardiff City.
Harry Wilson loan
All summer it was predicted that Harry Wilson would be leaving the club permanently.
The Welshman wasn’t set to break into the first team lineup this season or in the near future.
At this stage of his career he needs regular first team football. Given that he wasn’t going to get it at Anfield and the Reds needed to raise funds for incoming transfers, the decision was taken to sell the winger.
However, no side met the Reds’ valuation of the wide man. The Welshman was subsequently loan to Cardiff City.
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Harry Wilson nets for Cardiff City
Whilst his parent club were thrashing Atalanta, Harry Wilson was putting in a shift for Cardiff City.
The winger had a great game as the Bluebirds beat Barnsley 3-0. It was Harry Wilson who wrapped up the scoring for Cardiff City.
In the 77th minute Joe Ralls found the Liverpool man in space outside the box, the Welsh winger taking a touch and firing one with his left foot past the helpless keeper. It was an incredible strike from all of 20 yards.
Twitter drools over Wilson
He was dubbed superb.
Harry Wilson you are superb
— Sean (@Seanfraser1999) November 3, 2020
He’s in that cliche class…
Harry Wilson is too way good for the championship but not good enough for the prem. feels his top league level maybe somewhere in Europe. Germany ?
— Neil McD (@MackaBoy67) November 3, 2020
A ‘perfect’ strike.
This is exactly what we wanted to see from Harry Wilson. Perfectpic.twitter.com/SoL69gIhFF
— Cardiff City Mad (@cardiffcitymad) November 3, 2020
He has something special.
Harry Wilson has something special about him
— Hugh Ritchens (@HughDRitchens) November 3, 2020
Some lofty comparisons were drawn.
Harry Wilson casually turning into prime Messi, of course he did
— Kieron Elward (@kieronelward123) November 3, 2020
Maybe we could cash in on his strong form…
Funds for next seasons 😼
— 🎤 (@NotRizForSure) November 3, 2020