Harry Wilson set to leave Liverpool permanently
Fulham are set to land the signature of Harry Wilson on a permanent basis from Liverpool this summer.
The Welshman has made just two competitive appearances for the Reds. He has spent the past four seasons away on loan.
Despite this, he has been a consistent performer. Last season, he registered seven goals and 12 assists for Cardiff City.
He has two years left on his Reds contract, but PA Sport claims that he is set to leave the Merseyside giants for good.
Benfica, Brentford, Southampton and Newcastle United have been linked with him, but the Cottagers are leading the race.
The Cottagers are expected to pay £10m in a straight cash deal. Other clubs have proposed loan moves with buy options.
Wilson was withdrawn from the Reds' squad to face Mainz today. Jurgen Klopp wanted to avoid an untimely injury.
Wilson will be the fourth player to leave the club this summer after Georginio Wijnaldum, Marko Grujic and Taiwo Awoniyi.