According to The Times, Liverpool and Bournemouth have come to an agreement in regards to on-loan winger Harry Wilson which will see him spend the rest of the campaign at the Vitality Stadium.
The 23-year-old was meant to be on loan with the south coast side officially until the start of June but the delay to the season arising from the coronavirus pandemic means that the campaign will now run into July also.
As such, the Reds have reportedly agreed to let him stay with Eddie Howe’s side until the 2019/20 Premier League season is brought to a close.
Wilson has been an important player for the Cherries this term. They are currently in the relegation zone but it may have been an awful lot worse had they not had his seven goals to rely on – only striker Callum Wilson has managed more for them in the English top flight this term.
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There have been rumours that the Wales international may be out the door this summer, so this is the perfect chance to put himself in the shop window ahead of the summer. The current situation means that teams will not be able to spend huge amounts of money on new players, and with Wilson potentially said to be worth £12.5m (half of what they reportedly wanted before), he could be a bargain for someone.
A couple more goals may even see the Reds earn closer to his £15.75m Transfermarkt value, which may be what Michael Edwards is hoping to happen.
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