Liverpool winger Harry Wilson will have a medical at Bournemouth after agreeing a loan move to Eddie Howe's side. The player bagged 15 goals last season, a return that surely should have appealed to many teams, Premier League and Championship?
The 22-year-old Wales global striker impressed on loan at Derby in the Sky Bet Championship last season, scoring 15 goals in 40 games as they reached the play-off final, narrowly missing out on promotion.
It'll be a big year for Wilson, who is yet to experience regular football in the Premier League.
The Liverpool academy graduate has already embarked on three loan spells, and after a strong campaign with Derby County last term, it was believed that he could be set to finally enjoy a break out season with the Merseyside club in 2019-20.
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The Wales worldwide impressed in pre-season for Liverpool, who placed a £25m valuation on his head earlier in the summer, but has been allowed to leave as Jürgen Klopp can not offer the regular first-team football he needs this seaon.
Bournemouth have lost David Brooks, Wilson's team-mate with the Wales national team, to injury ahead of the new season, and it is expected that Wilson would immediately challenge for a starting place on the right flank. Klopp and Liverpool consider him to be a part of the future with Premier League exposure vital to his growth.
The Reds are also likely to allow Herbie Kane, Liam Millar and Pedro Chirivella to depart on temporary deals before the window closes.
Meanwhile, Liverpool are awaiting an improved offer for Ryan Kent from Leeds.