Reds loanee Harry Wilson has accepted that he has a decision to make regarding his Liverpool future.

Wilson, who is currently on loan at Bournemouth, attended the Premier League clash between the Reds and the Cherries yesterday. In fact, he was spotted with Liverpool kit on in the stands.

Liverpool got back to winning ways yesterday by defeating Bournemouth 2-1 at Anfield, however, it was far from a straightforward victory.

The Cherries took the lead through Callum Wilson early in the first-half. However, Jurgen Klopp’s side responded shortly after, as Mohamed Salah scored his 20th goal for the club season.

Sadio Mane scored towards the end of the first-half, which proved to be the decisive moment in the match.

Liverpool currently possess a 25-point lead at the top of the Premier League table. Three more victories will ensure Klopp’s side the title.

Due to how strong Liverpool currently are, Wilson has accepted that he has a decision to make regarding his future.

Wilson told BT Sport, as quoted by the Mirror: “I feel I’ve got that decision to make in the summer.

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BOURNEMOUTH, ENGLAND – AUGUST 25: Harry Wilson of Bournemouth runs at Aymeric Laporte of Manchester City during the Premier League match between AFC Bournemouth and Manchester City at Vitality Stadium on August 25, 2019 in Bournemouth, United Kingdom. (Photo by Mike Hewitt/Getty Images)

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“This one has been really positive as well. I’m finally in the Premier League which I’ve worked towards.

“In the summer I’ll be concentrating on Wales, but once that’s done with I feel I may have a decision to make.”

Wilson has been solid at Bournemouth, but it is difficult to know whether he has a career at Anfield. He clearly has the talent, but the issue is that those currently in front of him are better.

One does get the sense that Liverpool are keen to retain Wilson for the future, which is why loaning him out has been the best option to go down in order to keep him happy.

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