Klopp wants to keep Wilson, but Liverpool want £25 million to sell
When the previous season ended, it was made clear to all interested parties that Liverpool wouldn't be loaning Harry Wilson again. It was keep or sell for the Welsh winger.
That stance has not changed one jot, with Liverpool naming their price of £25 million for any interested clubs, making it clear that we're not in the slightest bit interested in a loan again.
According to reports today Jurgen Klopp has promised Wilson that he'll get plenty of playing time this season and will be an important member of the first-team squad.
Wilson has, so far, had an impressive pre-season and with the likes of Bobby Firmino, Mo Salah and Sadio Mane likely to miss the start of the season, he will likely see a lot of action in the early weeks and months.
However, if the forward decides he wants play a much more important role at a smaller Premier League club then Klopp won't stand in his way.
While the club maintain that stance they won't force him to stay. But they do hope that a promise of plenty of playing time and a spot in the first-team squad will convince him to stay.