Harry Wilson Midfielder
D.O.B 22/3/97
Place of Birth Wrexham
D.O.B 22/3/97
Place of Birth Wrexham

Harry has all the hallmarks of typical winger - bags of pace, a great touch, ability and acceleration with the ball at his feet.

He has been at Liverpool since he was an U9 player and was made captain of the U23s for the 2016-17 campaign.

The forward made a remarkable senior international debut for Wales in a World Cup qualifier against Belgium in October 2013, becoming the country's youngest ever player at 16 years and 208 days.

As part of his development, Harry joined Crewe Alexandra for a loan spell during 2015-16.

He was subsequently handed his first-team debut for the Reds by Jürgen Klopp when he came off the bench against Plymouth Argyle in an FA Cup third-round replay in January 2017.

Wilson continued to show his class at U23 level and, in January 2018, signed a new long-term LFC contract and departed for a loan stay with Hull City in the Championship to gain more experience.

Wilson proved to be a big favourite at Hull as he fired seven goals in 13 appearances to help Nigel Adkins’ side avoid any fears of relegation.

He also made his first start for Wales under new boss Ryan Giggs and netted a maiden goal for his country in China.

It was announced on July 17 2018 that Wilson had completed a season-long loan move to Championship side Derby County.

The Wales international will spend the duration of 2018-19 with Frank Lampard’s team having signed a new long-term contract with Liverpool in July 2018.

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