Leeds United could make a third offer to sign Harry Wilson this summer with Football Insider claiming the winger’s transfer fee is gradually decreasing.
Making his mark in the youth academy at Anfield, Wilson has been loaned out on four occasions during his professional career.
Spells with the likes of Crewe Alexandra, Hull City, Derby County and Bournemouth have further enhanced his reputation with the young winger strongly impressing during his time with the Rams, helping Frank Lampard’s side reach the play-off final last term with 16 goals and four assists (Transfermarkt).
Having struggled to convince Liverpool officials and Jurgen Klopp that he warrants a place in the first team on Merseyside, it is now understood that the Welsh international will be allowed to leave this summer on a permanent deal.
Whites boss Marcelo Bielsa is said to be a big admirer of the speedy and tricky forward and sees him as a key part of next year’s plans in the Premier League.
Valued at around £25m by the current Premier League leaders, that figure is now said to be dropping due to the current pandemic and the financial restraints put on clubs in England.
A potential Wilson to Leeds move would be a great decision by both the club and the player, and it does seem like it’s a match made in heaven.
Bielsa is looking for another attacking option who can provide moments of flair and produce and abundance of goals and assists, and in Wilson he could get that. Indeed, as well as his impressive Championship stats with Derby he has also managed six strikes in the Premier League this season for Bournemouth (Transfermarkt).
For Wilson, what better way to further enhance his reputation than becoming a Leeds United star in the Premier League.
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