LFC to demand £21 million for Harry Wilson
One of the biggest saleable assets that could be allowed to exit Anfield this summer is Wales star Harry Wilson.
The 22 year old has been on loan at Derby this season, finishing the season as one of their top scorers and performers, and is highly rated at (and outside) Anfield.
Previously, it was assumed that Liverpool would only allow Wilson to leave the club on another loan but according to reports this weekend, it appears that Jurgen Klopp may be prepared to let the Welsh youngster go permanently.
Apparently, any indication that the club might be willing to sell would spark a scramble among Premier League clubs, including Southampton, Leicester and newly promoted Aston Villa, along with a host of others.
However, as reported in the Liverpool Echo, there are also a host of European clubs said to be wanting Harry too, including Hoffenheim and RB Leipzig from the Bundesliga and Valencia and Getafe from La Liga.
Any move away from Anfield on a permanent basis may disappoint a lot of Reds, who have had high hopes for Wilson but there's no doubting he would struggle to break into the first team regularly next season. A quick, high sale could well be the best thing for both of us.