Fulham land winger Harry Wilson from Liverpool

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Seamus Leonard

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The transfer of Harry Wilson from Liverpool to Fulham for a reported £12m has been confirmed.

Despite making his senior debut in the FA Cup in January 2017, the Wales international was unable to convince Reds boss Jürgen Klopp of his first-team credentials.

He would make only one more appearance in an EFL Cup game against Arsenal last season, but never saw Premier League action with the Anfield outfit.

The 24-year-old has enjoyed reasonably successful loan spells with Hull, Derby, Bournemouth and Cardiff in recent seasons.

He also featured three times as a substitute for his country at this summer’s Euro 2020.

There was talk of an approach from Benfica for Wilson’s services, but ultimately Fulham have made the most attractive offer.

The player will move to a Cottagers team looking to bounce back up the Premier League at the first time of asking under new manager Marco Silva.