Liverpool’s terms for Harry Wilson transfer as Swansea mull over loan move

Liverpool reportedly want a £1m loan fee for Harry Wilson with the midfielder set to leave the club this on a temporary deal this week.

Wilson was left out of Jurgen Klopp’s Champions League squad leading to thoughts that he will move away from Anfield.

Though he is only set to leave on loan with Swansea and Derby believed to be leading the chase for his signature.

Premier League champions Liverpool initially wanted £20m for Wilson at the start of the summer and turned down a £12m bid from Burnley.

But it seems the Reds still want to receive some cash for Wilson with The Sun claiming they have demanded extra payment of £1m on top of the Welsh star’s wages.

Wilson spent last season on loan at Bournemouth and played 31 times though couldn’t stop the Cherries being relegated from the Prem.

He was left out of Klopp’s Champions League squad having made just two senior appearances for the Reds, with the second of those being in this season’s Carabao Cup defeat to Arsenal.

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Klopp had praised Wilson following his performance against Arsenal, suggesting that he may keep the Welsh midfielder in his squad.

The boss had said: “Harry Wilson, my God, he played in centre-mid and defended well. I like a lot of parts of the game but we lost in the end and that's the part I don't like.

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“It is not too easy in a squad like this but they learn and want to learn and they are able to perform in a tricky game today.

“It was tricky not only because they were young but because their manager sends them on to the pitch in a team which doesn't usually play together.”

The domestic transfer window closes at 5pm on Friday, October 16.

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