Liverpool are understood to be holding out for a sum of £20 million for their wanted winger Harry Wilson, as stated by the Daily Mirror’s David Anderson.
Wilson spent last campaign on loan with a relegated Bournemouth and has been the attention of much speculation this transfer window, with Aston Villa apparently showing the most interest.
However, the 23-year-old is yet to be subject from an offer by either party or from elsewhere, and the Anfield outfit’s valuation may be the reason why.
The Premier League giants are steadfast on getting the best possible price for the talented attacker, albeit unlikely he’d get many opportunities in Jurgen Klopp’s senior team squad in the near future.
In recent times the Reds has become well renowned for its savvy business in the transfer window, and with Micahel Edwards pulling the transfer strings, Harry is unlikely to be allowed to depart on the cheap.
The forward enjoyed a decent personal season on the south coast scoring seven goals in 35 games, to follow his 15 Championship goals in the 2018/19 season for what was then Frank Lampard’s Derby County.
Should one of the many clubs keen on the 23-year-old stump up the adequate fee it’d come as a timely boost for Klopp’s own transfer budget as he looks to bring in new players for the 2020/21 season.
In other news, Liverpool management are willing to consider parting company with Rhian Brewster on a permanent basis, according to the latest reports.