Liverpool winger Harry Wilson has completed a move to Fulham.
The Welsh international, who had been at Liverpool’s pre-season training camp in Austria was withdrawn from the squad ahead of a friendly match, with Jurgen Klopp unwilling to jeopardise his potential transfer with an injury.
Wilson is a Liverpool academy graduate, but only made two senior appearances for them in cup competitions, Instead, he has spent much of his career on loan, with the likes of Hull City, Derby County, Bournemouth, and, most recently, Cardiff City.
Benfica were among the clubs to show interest in him, but it now instead he has chosen to head once ad-ons have vnto Fulham who will be looking to mount another promotion challenge this season, having been relegated back to the Championship at the end of the last campaign.
Liverpool expect to get £10 million, once add-ons have been factored in, for Wilson, as they continue their clear-out of fringe players.
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