There will be a lot of interest in Liverpool man and West Brom target Harry Wilson, says Express & Star journalist Luke Hatfield.
Wilson does not look to be in Jurgen Klopp’s first-team plans after multiple loan spells away from Anfield and he is now being linked with a move to West Brom.
According to Goal, the Baggies are interested in signing the 24-year-old attacker after a successful campaign in the Championship with Cardiff City last season.
Would Wilson be an ideal signing?
It makes him an appealing option for a second-division side like West Brom, though Hatfield has warned that the Midlands club face a lot of competition for his signature.
“I think there’ll be plenty of clubs interested in him with his clear track record of playing at Championship level,” Hatfield told TT.
“I suppose it depends on what the player wants, too. Does he finally want to depart for pastures where he’ll be playing week in, week out for good? What level does he see himself playing at? Does he fancy himself in the Premier League?
“There are a lot of interesting factors with that one it’s fair to say, but it wouldn’t surprise me if Albion were linked with players like that.”
Wilson also had a very good campaign back in the 2018/19 season with Derby County, where he scored 16 times, so the Wales international has certainly proved himself at this level.
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