Liverpool loanee Harry Wilson is a transfer target for Newcastle, Southampton and Brighton, according to Sky Sports.

The Welshman has enjoyed a superb season at Derby County under manager Frank Lampard, scoring 18 goals in 52 appearances.

And now, with a host of sides keen on securing his services, Liverpool have set a £25million price tag on his head.

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Derby are eager to keep the 22-year-old at Pride Park for next season, especially if they beat Aston Villa in the Championship play-off final on Monday.

However, if the Rams fail in their promotion bid, it’s likely that Wilson will make the switch to a Premier League side.

Several European clubs are also interested in a transfer move, including Augsburg, Hertha Berlin and Eintracht Frankfurt.

A number of Spanish sides are also monitoring the winger.

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