Harry Wilson is now expected to leave Liverpool, after claims Leeds United have made contact, the Telegraph report.
Wilson has been put up for sale by Liverpool this summer, and it seems that he is more likely to go than stay now.
The Liverpool Echo say that Leeds are among the interested parties, with Marcelo Bielsa’s side making contact recently.
And Leeds will surely be alerted by the latest update suggesting that he is set to leave in October.
Wilson has been on the verge of a first-team call up at Liverpool for some time now, but he has not quite done enough to break into Jurgen Klopp’s plans.
The Welshman has had two productive loan spells at Derby County and Bournemouth in the past two seasons, but Klopp has seemingly been left unconvinced.
With Liverpool looking to raise funds, it appears that Wilson could be sacrificed, and Leeds are apparently keen to buy him.
Leeds are unlikely to have a clear run to land the winger though, as the Echo suggest that plenty of clubs are interested in the 23-year-old, who is valued at £20 million.
If Wilson was brought to Leeds he could well be the final piece in their attacking jigsaw.
Leeds have already brought in Rodrigo this summer, but appear to be hunting one more forward player to give Bielsa ample options to pick from.
Leeds United summer transfers 2020
Wolves (£16 million)
Lorient (£5 million)
Manchester City (Loan)
Wigan (£1 million)
Valencia (£26 million)
Freiburg (£13 million)
Feyenoord (£1 million)
Real Sociedad (£18 million)
Rennes (£21 million)