Wilson won’t be called back from Derby loan

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Liverpool will not be able to recall Harry Wilson from Derby County.

The Wales international has performed well during the first couple of months of his loan spell with the Championship club, with impressive free-kicks scored for both club and country.

And that has seen Liverpool supporters calling for manager Jurgen Klopp to get the twenty-one year old back to Anfield in the new year when the transfer window reopens.

But Rams boss Frank Lampard has said that Wilson is going to spend the campaign with them as planned and Liverpool are not able to recall him from Pride Park.

“He’s our player for the year, so, yeah, he’s our player for the year.” he said.

“He’s a Liverpool player for the future but, I’ve answered this about Mason Mount before, we are looking after them for a year, and hopefully improving them.

“Liverpool fans shouldn’t worry because, hopefully, we will give them back a very good Harry Wilson when he goes back.” he finished.

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