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Leeds to set sights on Harry Wilson move

Following his loan spell at Bournemouth, Harry Wilson has attracted the eyes of Leeds United once again, among others.

Wolverhampton Wanderers v AFC Bournemouth - Premier League
Wilson has impressed over the last couple seasons, on loan at Derby and Bournemouth.
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Leeds United are set to continue their long standing interest in Liverpool’s Harry Wilson, according to Football Insider. Wilson scored seven goals last season, six of them coming in his first 14 games before a major drop-off in goal scoring form.

This comes with Wilson failing to make a single assist last season, as Bournemouth struggled for goals in the 19/20 campaign. However, the 23-year old returns to Liverpool looking for a permanent move away, with Leeds seemingly amongst the clubs who are interested.

Despite his poor form in the second half of the season Wilson clearly has talent, as he boasts 22 goals in his Championship career, plus seven assists, while also being capped for Wales 13 times, scoring twice.

The Whites have been long time admirers of Wilson and could be looking for a deal to be done for a cheaper price should moves for players like Benrahma prove too expensive. Wilson has a value of around £16 million on Transfermarkt and is expected to leave Anfield, with Newcastle also showing interest.