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Liverpool: Fans discuss Ian Doyle’s take on Harry Wilson’s Anfield future

Liverpool: Fans discuss Ian Doyle’s take on Harry Wilson’s Anfield future - Liverpool News

Liverpool recently announced that Bournemouth had secured Harry Wilson’s services until the end of the season through an extension on his current loan deal.

The Welshman has been a hot topic amongst Liverpool fans since his time with Derby County, where he netted 18 goals in 50 appearances and was known for rippling the net with a long-distance strike or two (via Transfermarkt). He has since enjoyed a spell on loan with Bournemouth, tallying seven goals in the Premier League this season with the Cherries.

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However, despite his growth as an attacker, Ian Doyle doesn’t feel he is an option Jurgen Klopp will be looking to use in the future.

The Liverpool ECHO reporter has commented: “I don’t think there’s any chance he’ll play for Liverpool again,” (relayed via @AnfieldEdition). Doyle’s take has sparked some debate amongst Reds fans.

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It seems supporters are split when it comes to Wilson’s future, with one fan sold on him being vital to the club’s growth after tweeting ‘It’s like the board doesn’t know the way forward’.  They are perhaps impressed with his stats both at Derby and Boutnemouth and feel that, at just 23-years-old, he has a future with the club.

However, others aren’t too bothered by the notion of Wilson leaving, potentially as he plays in the same position as Sadio Mane and Mohamed Salah and neither are likely to be dropped anytime soon given their outstanding goalscoring records.

How do you feel about Harry Wilson, Reds fans? Should Liverpool keep him or sell him? Join the discussion in the comments below!


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