Highly rated Liverpool winger, Harry Wilson has completed his move to Championship club Fulham on a five year deal. The winger is a product of Liverpool’s academy but the winger’s gametime at Anfield was limited over the last few years.
The player has signed a long term deal with the club which has the option of him extending by a year after the completion of his initial deal.
Liverpool will earn a total of £16m including add ons from this deal
Liverpool have negotiated a 15 per cent sell-on clause as part of the deal. Wilson spent the last 3 seasons at loan to different English clubs – Derby, Bournemouth and Cardiff City.
At Derby County, he registered a total of 40 appearances and scored 15 goals in the 2018-19 season. The following season he spent at Bournemouth and made 31 appearances and scored 7 goals. Last season, he was at loan at Cardiff City and netted 7 times.
He was recently involved in Wales’ Euro 2020 campaign and featured in the 2-0 win over Turkey and defeats to Italy and Denmark as Rob Page’s side reached the last 16.
Speaking to FFCtv after signing, Wilson said: “I’m delighted to sign for Fulham. From my first chat with the gaffer on the phone, I loved what he was saying and felt that he understood me as a player, and that played a massive role in me coming here.
“The ambition of the club to get back into the Premier League appealed to me as that’s where we all want to be. I’m hoping I can come here, have a good season and help get the club back into the Premier League.”