Bournemouth are reportedly on the verge of agreeing a loan deal for Liverpool’s Harry Wilson, according to the Daily Mail.
Jurgen Klopp was keen to take a look at Wilson in pre-season before making any final decision on where his future would lie.
It was thought Liverpool were prepared to sell the Welshman if their £25million valuation was met, with a number of clubs interested.
However, attention has now switched to a loan deal for the 22-year-old, with the Cherries eager to snap him up.
Liverpool consider Wilson to be an exciting prospect for the future and will undoubtedly stipulate that the winger must play a significant number of Premier League games for any club who take him on loan.
Bournemouth will also be required to pay a substantial loan fee if they’re to secure the pacey wide man, which Eddie Howe is likely to sanction.
Wilson was not included among Liverpool’s substitutes for the Community Shield clash on Sunday.