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‘It’s not true’ – Future of Liverpool star Harry Wilson takes turn amid Brentford, Fulham, Cardiff City and Swansea links

Harry Wilson’s future is to be determined once he returns from his post-Euro 2020 holiday.

Wilson, along with some of his Wales team-mates, have enjoyed a well-earned break out in Ibiza following their stint at the Euros, after a long domestic season to boot.

It means the forward has not joined up with his Liverpool team-mates out on pre-season tour in Austria and a decision on his future has to wait.

Still, that has not stopped clubs working behind the scenes to try and secure his signature next term.

Cardiff City and Swansea City have both been linked with loan moves for the player. While the Bluebirds’ interest is thought to be genuine, though, the Swans have distanced themselves away from any talk of a move for the Welshman.

In truth, it appears increasingly unlikely that Liverpool will be looking to loan him out. It is thought that this summer is the right time for him to find a new permanent home and really kickstart his career in earnest.

One report linked Wilson with a move to Portuguese giants Porto, however it has since emerged that there is seemingly nothing to those links.

“The link about Sergio (Conceicao, the Porto manager) pushing for a transfer of Wilson is not true,” one source close to the Porto boss told the Liverpool Echo.

“We have no clue where that rumour has come from.”

That probably leaves a domestic move as the most viable option.

Fulham, who have been relegated back down into the Championship, have been mentioned among the clubs keen to sign him, however it is another west London club who appear to be in pole position.

Brentford, who will ply their trade in the Premier League next term, look to be frontrunners to sign the 24-year-old and have reportedly already opened talks with Liverpool over a move.

It is said that the Bees will follow up their initial talks with a formal bid, which looks likely to be opened at £10m.

Liverpool are always keen on getting the best value for money for their youngsters and are hopeful of getting a figure closer to £15m. Whether the two sides can strike a deal remains to be seen.

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