Liverpool midfielder Harry Wilson has put a number of clubs on alert after deciding to leave Anfield, according to reports.
The 22-year-old has starred in a season-long loan spell at Derby County, scoring 18 times in all competitions for Frank Lampard’s Rams.
After missing out on promotion as County were defeated 2-1 in the play-off final at Wembley the playmaker will return to Merseyside.
However, the Daily Star report that the Wales international wants to quit Liverpool in order to guarantee first-team football again next term.
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It’s claimed that Crystal Palace, Newcastle United, Southampton and Brighton are all monitoring Wilson’s situation with a view to making a summer swoop.
However, the Premier League quartet could also face overseas competition with German clubs Hertha Berlin and Eintracht Frankfurt also reportedly interested.
Wilson, who has nine international caps, has made just one appearance for Liverpool’s first-team.