Harry Wilson is a versatile attacking player that progressed through the ranks at Liverpool's Academy.
The Wales international joined the club at U9 level and has since gone on to enjoy a number of beneficial spells out on loan during his time as a Red.
After 18 productive months playing Championship football, Wilson got the opportunity to test himself in the Premier League in 2019-20 at AFC Bournemouth, where he netted seven top-flight goals.
That temporary switch came after Wilson had impressed during loan stints with Hull City and Derby County in the English second tier.
He scored seven times in 14 games for Hull in the second half of 2017-18, and then netted 18 goals in 49 appearances across all competitions to help Derby reach the Championship play-off final in the following campaign.
Prior to moving to Pride Park, Wilson signed a new long-term contract with Liverpool, where he climbed up the Kirkby setup and captained the club’s U23s before stepping up to senior level.
His first-team debut for Liverpool came as a second-half substitute in an FA Cup third-round replay at Plymouth Argyle in January 2017 and he featured in all seven of the Reds’ pre-season friendlies in the summer of 2019 - scoring twice, including a trademark long-ranger against Lyon in Geneva.
Wilson remains Wales’ youngest ever player after making his full international bow as a 16-year-old in October 2013. He has since established himself as a regular in his country’s senior squad.