Leeds United target Harry Wilson will seek clarification about his future at Liverpool once his loan deal at Bournemouth expires, according to the Liverpool Echo.
Wilson, 23, has been a key player at the Vitality Stadium this season, scoring seven goals in 23 Premier League appearances while on loan at the south coast club.
It is understood that Liverpool will allow Wilson to see out the rest of the season at Bournemouth but once his loan is over, he will want to know what the future holds for him at Anfield.
Wilson is 23-years-old, a full Wales international and has proven himself in the Championship and Premier League but still has just one first-team appearance to his name at Liverpool when he played against Plymouth in the FA Cup in 2017.
Leeds are reportedly keen on signing the Liverpool attacker if they win promotion to the Premier League.
LeedsLive journalist Beren Cross reported on Wednesday that the Whites would be interested if they go up but struggles to see how he’d fit in Marcelo Bielsa’s team when it has so many wingers.
Wilson is versatile but if he leaves Liverpool, he’s going to want to join a club where he is assured Premier League football.
Bielsa would have to fit Wilson in but we reckon that the Welshman is good enough to start for the Whites based on their current options.
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