Liverpool winger Harry Wilson is a transfer target for two Premier League clubs.
Both Huddersfield Town and newly-promoted Fulham are preparing offers worth around £7m to try and tempt the Reds into selling the Welshman.
That’s according to a report by The Mirror, in which they claim that the two clubs are eager to test Jurgen Klopp’s resolve with a cash bid to sign Wilson.
Klopp and the club are said to prefer the idea of loaning the twenty-one year old out for the campaign to give him the opportunity to get regular first-team games.
Wilson spent the second half of last season on loan at Championship club Hull City and showed what he can do with seven goals in thirteen appearances for the Tigers.
He signed a new long-term contract at Anfield back in January and the club are not looking to let him leave on a permanent deal.
Wilson has only made one appearance for the first-team under Klopp, but the German is said to believe that he could have a future at the club.