Latest report hints that Liverpool have had a change of mind in their earlier plan to recall impressive winger Harry Wilson from his current loan spell at the EFL Championship outfit Derby County.
This was made public by the British daily broadsheet newspaper The Telegraph journalist John Percy.
Although a recall clause was inserted in Harry Wilson’s loan deal before his move to the Championship side it would not be activated for now according to the reliable journalist.
This, therefore, means that Harry Wilson will remain at the Pride Park for the remainder of the season in the EFL Championship as they wish he continues his development as a player.
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The speculation of his recall came to limelight after seeing the 21-year-old talent impress for the Frank Lampard side with reports that the Reds’ management are already preparing to have him return to the Anfield.
Harry Wilson has scored a total of 8 goals so far this season and two assists in the 18 appearances under his belt.
The Liverpool team are now in real business as they see hope of winning a title this season. Therefore suggestions are that they will stick with their traditional trio at the attack and not bring in distractions.