These Liverpool fans have been discussing Harry Wilson after rumours about a potential clause surfaced on Twitter.
According to Grizz Khan on Twitter, Bournemouth has a clause to purchase Harry Wilson for £23m should they stay in the Premier League this season. However, a report by The Guardian when the deal was originally completed stated that there was no option for a permanent switch involved in the deal.
So far this season, Wilson has scored seven goals in 20 Premier League matches for Bournemouth, which includes scoring against Brighton last time out, so the 22-year-old is in hot form right now and that could be the reason why some fans were a little concerned by the rumours.
Here are some of the comments from the Liverpool fans on Twitter:
If Bournemouth stay up they have an agreement that will see them pay us £23 mill for Harry Wilson ..#LFC
— Grizz (@GrizzKhan) January 21, 2020
we rather keep him give him a chance
— naslfc (@naslfc1) January 21, 2020
Hope not, putting in a set fee would be a rare error from Edwards. He was worth that when he went on loan, based on Maddisons fee from Norwich, got to be worth 35 million now.
— Captain moustache and his magic flute (@MoustacheHis) January 21, 2020
Surely he’s worth a lot more than solanke
— Lauren (@_laurendoherty_) January 21, 2020
Still rather get rid of them….nightmare for the aways every year
— nick martin (@nickmartin1892) January 21, 2020
Harry Wilson has scored three times in his last 10 matches, which just goes to show the type of form the young man is in right now.
£50m from Wilson and Shaqiri signs Werner. I love this club.
— RedFromThe6 (@RedFromThe6) January 21, 2020
Why would we sell him that cheap? I think there is no agreement. #Lfc
— sammi (@sammiillo) January 22, 2020
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What Do We Think?
Some of these fans are right to feel a little concerned, with Harry Wilson being just 22-year-old he clearly has a lot more potential to come, and considering Wilson has already scored seven times in the Premier League this season, who knows what that potential could be.