Cardiff City are considering a fresh move for Harry Wilson this summer, according to Wales Online.
Mick McCarthy is putting plans in place to build a squad that can challenge for promotion next term and it seems that he could be targeting a familiar face to do just that.
The Liverpool man’s days appear to be numbered at Anfield with a move away from the Premier League giants likely to materialise this summer, whether it’s on a permanent deal or on loan.
Wilson spent last term on loan with Cardiff and enjoyed a strong season in an otherwise underwhelming campaign for the club, scoring seven goals and creating 12 more for the Bluebirds over the course of the campaign.
While the 24-year-old has returned to Liverpool this summer, Wales Online’s Cardiff City report Glen Williams has revealed that the Wales international could be a surprise target this summer, however there is a degree or realism regarding a potential move.
Writing for Wales Online, Williams said: “It is understood Cardiff are looking at options in that No.10 role, with Wilson even thought to be on the radar again.
“A move for the Welshman always appears unlikely, though, with a number of clubs both at Championship and Premier League level expected to be keen on him, too.”
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This would be a wonderful move if Cardiff City could pull it off.
Harry Wilson’s numbers speak for themselves following last season and so it’s no surprise to see the Bluebirds considering a move to bring the Wales international back.
As Glen Williams admitted, it could be a very tough deal to pull off for Mick McCarthy’s side with a number of clubs in the Premier League and Championship likely to be interested.
However if the Bluebirds can offer him a stable platform to come in and show his quality then I wouldn’t rule the move out.