Bundesliga duo Hoffenheim and Leipzig are showing an interest in signing Liverpool forward Harry Wilson this summer.
According to The Daily Mail, Hoffenheim and Leipzig are both keen on a deal to bring Wilson over to Germany ahead of next season.
Following the overwhelming success of Jadon Sancho’s move to Borussia Dortmund, German clubs are now looking at young British players to come over and also impress.
Wilson spent the season on loan to Derby County in the Championship, where he scored 18 times in all competitions – including nine from outside the box, an impressive statistic.
The report claims that Liverpool are prepared to sell Wilson this summer, despite the forward wanting a chance to compete for a place in Jurgen Klopp’s team.
Liverpool are said to want £21m for the Welsh international, as Klopp looks to cash in on the winger.
Leicester, Aston Villa, Getafe and Valencia are all also in the race to land Wilson, along with Hoffenheim and Leipzig.