Paul Stewart has exclusively told The Transfer Tavern that Harry Wilson must leave Liverpool to progress his career.
The Wrexham-born attacker came through the academy at Anfield but has made just two first-team appearances for the Reds – the second of which came against Arsenal earlier this season in the Carabao Cup.
As a result, Wilson has spent the previous four seasons out on loan in both the Championship and Premier League.
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The last of those was back in his native Wales with Cardiff City where he scored seven times, including an exquisite hat-trick against Birmingham in their penultimate game earlier this month, and added 12 assists, in the latest in a long spell of loan spells for the 24-year-old.
Wilson showed two years ago at Bournemouth that he’s more than capable to competing at Premier League level, although a career at Liverpool doesn’t appear likely.
The Athletic recently reported that Wilson has no future on Merseyside, and Stewart believes that he must leave Liverpool to further his own career having been continuously overlooked by Jurgen Klopp.
He told The Transfer Tavern:
“I actually thought at one point that he was doing so well on loan that he could come back and maybe have a future at Liverpool.
“But for him to progress in his own career he’s maybe got to look at leaving Liverpool, otherwise, if he stays, he’s probably going to be loaned out and not be a fixture in the team.”
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