Leeds United are set to sign Liverpool youngster Harry Wilson, who is currently on loan at Bournemouth.
The Welshman joined Bournemouth on loan at the start of the season, after plenty of speculation linking him with a potential move to Aston Villa, and since then he has impressed, scoring seven goals and providing two assists in 27 appearances in all competitions.
Leeds have been targeting the 21-year-old even before he joined Bournemouth, after he impressed in the Championship last season, where he scored 16 goals as Derby County reached the play-off final, but unfortunately missed out on the Premier League.
This season, Leeds are set to get promoted back to the Premier League for the first time since 2003/04, and they are targeting Wilson more than ever.
He is a proven Premier League player and would help Leeds in their fight to maintain their stay in the top-flight for sure. Currently, Liverpool value Wilson at £15 million, but due to financial constraints that have arisen because of the coronavirus pandemic, they might be ready to sell the Welshman for less in order to have more money in hand.