Leeds United are enduring yet another disappointing season in the Championship, and one suspects that there will be changes to the squad in the summer transfer window.
For Leeds to challenge for the playoffs next season, they need to sign quality players in the summer, and Harry Wilson should be on their radar.
The 21-year-old winger joined Hull City in the Championship from Premier League side Liverpool in the January transfer window.
Wilson recently told The Hull Daily Mail that he hopes to make a mark at Liverpool next season, but with competition for places in the Reds’ first team fierce, he could struggle to break into Jurgen Klopp’s side.
Leeds should keep tabs on Wilson’s situation and make a loan move for the youngster, who earns £4000 per week as salary according to Spotrac.com, in the summer transfer window.
The 21-year-old is proving to be a success in the Championship, and coming from a massive club such as Liverpool, the winger will know what it takes to play under pressure and would not be daunted at the prospect of turning out for Leeds.