Harry Wilson sunk Manchester United when his sublime free-kick found the back of the net in their League Cup clash against the Red Devils few months back.
Though playing for Lampard’s Derby has produced one of his finest showoffs and hours on the pitch, he has not stopped dreaming his return back to parent club–Liverpool. Seeing his friends has poked him and he’s raring for a return back to Liverpool.
Jurgen Klopp’s frontline has sprouted into a team grossly fat with talents. Though moots floating about claim the German tactician hasn’t taken his eyes off a January buy to fatten his frontline, the return of Wilson could shore up their attacking line, and Klopp can stow away the money for anything other than increasing his front berth.
The 21-year-old has expressed his desires to return to Liverpool and his strongly adamant about getting into Klopp’s team-sheet.
Wilson fessed that he’s had a small talk with Klopp about returning and the German is not against it at all.
When asked by news outlet Express whether he is keen on reuniting with close friends Trent Alexander-Arnold and Joe Gomez, he stated emphatically that that was his aim. Wilson is confident when he’s stringed to the team again, he can impress Jurgen Klopp even more.
“I sat down with Jurgen Klopp at Melwood in the summer and we both agreed after doing well at Hull last season it would be good to be on loan again and playing regularly. There were plenty of clubs wanting me but as soon as my agent Lee Robinson told me Derby were interested I had a good feeling.”