Liverpool winger Harry Wilson has rejected a new deal at Liverpool, according to reports in ESPN.
The 20-year-old has impressed for Liverpool’s U-23 side this season, scoring nine times and laying on three assists in only nine appearances, with his form alerting second tier clubs as to his ability.
Wilson became the youngster ever Welsh international when he came off the bench as a 16-year-old against Belgium in 2013, but has failed to add to his single international cap.
The player is yet to appear in the Premier League for Jurgen Klopp’s side, and with Preston North End one of the clubs reportedly interested in the player’s signature, Wilson could be on the move in the new year.
Wilson is a talented young player who is proving himself in the Premier League 2 this season, and his form deserves a dose of first-team exposure.
The young Welshman is unlikely to earn this at Liverpool, with a plethora of top talent ahead of him in the pecking order at Anfield, and it could be time for Wilson to move on to achieve his full potential.
It appears the winger is aware of this, and has taken the brave step to reject an offer of a new deal with the former European Champions in order to perhaps force through a move to a new club.
Wilson needs to leave to fulfill his potential, and second tier sides will do battle over his signature in the new year.
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