Liverpool 'agree to let Wilson and Brewster extend their loan deals'

Liverpool ‘agree to let Harry Wilson extend his Bournemouth loan until the end of the season… with Rhian Brewster to remain at Swansea’

  • Harry Wilson’s loan deal with Bournemouth was set to expire on June 30
  • Liverpool will allow him to stay at the club until the season is completed
  • Rhian Brewster will also remain with Swansea to complete the campaign 

Harry Wilson will reportedly stay at Bournemouth until the season is completed with Liverpool agreeing to extend his loan deal. 

The Reds are currently in talks with a number of clubs who they had loaned players to prior to the coronavirus crisis putting football on hold.

Many of those loan deals were due to expire this month, following the original conclusion of the season.

Harry Wilson will reportedly be allowed to stay at Bournemouth until the season is completed

But Liverpool are currently working on deals to allow their loanees to finish the campaign with their respective sides.

Wilson’s deal was was due to expire on June 30, but The Telegraph report that Liverpool will allow him to stay on the south coast and feature in the final nine matches for Eddie Howe’s side.

The Cherries are fighting relegation and sit 18th, inside the bottom three on goal difference.

Welsh midfielder Wilson has found the net seven times this season and could play a big role in their potential survival.

England Under-21 striker Rhian Brewster has also had his Swansea loan deal extended

England Under-21 striker Rhian Brewster will also be allowed to remain on loan, at Championship side Swansea City.

The forward joined Swansea in January and has scored four gaols in 11 Championship appearances. 

The Premier League is due to restart on June 17 with the Championship recommencing three days later. 


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