Harry Wilson Set For Loan Move To Derby
Liverpool Young player Harry Wilson, who recently signed a new contract with the Reds, is set to join Derby manager Frank Lampard on a loan deal.
The winger is being a source of speculation for some time now as there were rumours over his future at the Merseyside club.
The 21-year-old spent last season on loan at Hull City, where he featured in 13 matches, scoring seven goals in the process.
The youngest player to have played for the Wales national team is presently tipped to be heading for another Championship club this summer as Frank Lampard has shown his desire to work with the player who is endowed with great potentials.
According to Mirror Sports, Jurgen Klopp is ready to release the player so as to gain more first-team experience under the former Chelsea and Manchester City midfielder.
Lampard, who was Chelsea’s best player in 2011, is hoping to kick-start his coaching career on a bright note with the Championship side. To achieve this, the English tactician knows that he requires top quality players in every department of his team in the coming season.
Though Lampard didn’t play under Jurgen Klopp during his time as a player, he shares great relationships with the German manager and that has played a huge role in convincing Klopp to sanction Wilson’s move to the Pride Park outfits this summer.
The deal is set to be completed this week, according to the Mirror Sport.