Liverpool are not likely to recall promising winger Harry Wilson from his current loan spell at Derby County, according to John Percy of the Telegraph.
The Reds are understood to have included a recall clause in the youngster’s temporary switch to Pride Park for the January transfer window, with Frank Lampard confirming this in a recent press conference.
However, it is reported by Percy that it is unlikely that Jurgen Klopp will activate this clause, with Wilson set to remain at Derby for the remainder of the Championship season.
It seems Liverpool have been left impressed by the Wales international’s success in the second-tier of English football so far.
Following a strong spell at Hull City on loan last season, Wilson has gone from strength to strength under the tutelage of Lampard at Derby, earning himself recognition on the national stage in the process.
The 21-year-old has scored seven goals in the Championship this season and has also chipped in with an assist.