Liverpool winger Harry Wilson has left the club's training camp in Austria to join Fulham for a fee of £12 million. The Wales international had been courted by Benfica, but the Cottagers pushed to the front of the queue, and Craven Cottage now appears to be his new home. Wilson has since been granted permission to travel to London in order to conduct a medical prior to the move, despite having already signed personal terms with Fulham. Wilson was originally valued at £15 million by Liverpool. A £12 million compromise has been reached.
The 24-year-old former academy graduate has only made two first-team appearances for the club, both in the FA and League Cups, but has spent the majority of his time on loan at Hull, Derby, Bournemouth, and Cardiff. Wilson made three starts for Wales at Euro 2020 but did not have the desired impact and was sent off in the last minute of their 4-0 defeat to Denmark.