Liverpool no longer interested in loan deals for Harry Wilson; £20m price tag set – report

Liverpool will no longer entertain loan offers for Harry Wilson and will instead look to sell the winger for £20million this summer.

That’s according to the Echo, who say Newcastle United, Leeds United and Southampton have all contacted the Reds about the Welshman.

Wilson had a decent season with Bournemouth as parent club Liverpool marched to a 19th English league title, establishing himself as a free-kick taker.

With the coronavirus pandemic wreaking havoc on the financial states of football clubs, the Reds may be forced to sell before they can buy.

Gini Wijnaldum is another player who could be headed for the exit door at Anfield, with Barcelona said to be readying a bid for the star.

According to SPORT, a publication based in Catalonia, The Dutch midfielder has already agreed on a three-year deal with Ronald Koeman.

The last detail now is for both clubs to agree on a fee, and as per the same report, it’s claimed the Spaniards are willing to pay around £18million.

It may seem like a low offer, but don’t forget that Gini can sign for a new club in January for free.

If Liverpool do eventually make a move for Thiago, it will cost the Reds around £25million for the Bayern Munich star, according to Fabrizio Romano.