Today marks the first day of the summer transfer window and Liverpool are already heavily involved.

It is likely we will see a number of players leave the club this summer to raise funds for further signings.

The Reds have already announced the addition of French centre-back Ibrahima Konaté.

It has also been reported that further signings will be made at the expense of some departures.

One of those rumoured departures is likely to be academy graduate Harry Wilson.

The 24-year-old is reportedly a target of Leeds United, who have started talks with the club to sign Wilson…

As cited by Anfield Effect on Twitter, the Mirror report that both clubs have entered talks over a transfer for the winger.

Liverpool have also been linked with a move for Leeds’ very own Raphinha, which could make things interesting.

With both clubs targeting each-others players, there is always the possibility of a swap deal on the cards.

The Reds would likely have to pay a little extra on top of, however, with both players’ market values differing greatly.

Raphinha is currently valued at £27million, whereas Wilson sits at just over £15million, according to Transfermarkt.

Wilson has been with the Reds since 2005 when he was just 8-years-old and has enjoyed his fair share of loan spells.

Last season saw the Welshman enjoy a strong season on loan at Cardiff City, leading to interest from Leeds.

Whatever happens with Wilson’s future, one thing for certain is that he always impressed in a Liverpool shirt.

For the U23’s, Wilson featured 60 times scoring 32 goals with 14 assists – let’s hope he can replicate this at his next club.