Liverpool winger Harry Wilson is likely to be the next player to leave the Reds after Marko Grujic and Taiwo Awoniyi, according to Goal‘s Neil Jones.
The Reds have confirmed that Grujic has been sold to Porto, with reports indicating that the club will receive a fee of around £10.5m for the Serbian. Awoniyi’s £6.5m switch to Union Berlin is also expected to be made official very soon.
Jones says that the Merseyside club are now in negotiations over selling Wilson to Fulham, although there is no guarantee that they will get their full asking price:
Expecting Harry Wilson to be the next exit at Liverpool.
Negotiations ongoing with Fulham, who are leading the chase currently. Not sure Reds will get full asking price, but there is a lot of interest.
One to keep an eye on this week, for sure.#LFC
— Neil Jones (@neiljonesgoal) July 20, 2021
It is believed that Liverpool value Wilson at around £15m, so if he is sold to Fulham for around that figure, sporting director Michael Edwards would have secured £32m in sales for the three players.
Even if the Reds get slightly less for Wilson, the final figure could still be close to £30m, which is very good business considering they were all on the fringes of the first-team squad.