Harry Wilson played a pivotal role in helping guide the Rams to the Championship play-off finals back in
Where the 23- year old enjoyed a breakout season under the guidance of now Chelsea manager Frank Lampard.
Liverpool has rejected Swansea City’s loan for Harry Wilson.
The Swans are keen to add to their attacking options ahead of Friday’s 5 pm transfer deadline.
They have identified Wales international Harry Wilson as a target, with the Reds now willing to let the 23-year-old leave Anfield on a temporary basis.
A number of Premier League clubs had been interested in Harry Wilson earlier in the summer
However, Sean Dyche’s men refused to cough up Liverpool’s £20m asking price for the versatile attacker.
He scored 18 goals while on a loan in the Championship with Dery County in 2018-19,
having previously impressed during a temporary stint at Hull City.
Wilson was recently linked with a permanent move to Burnley, but the window for Premier League clubs to do deals with one another has now closed
Harry Wilson Appearances in Football Match
Swansea had hoped that Rhian Brewster’s successful loan stint at the club last season would help sway Liverpool decision in their favor when it came to determining where Harry Wilson future lies
It remains to be seen whether or not the Swans have the finances required to make a fresh approach for the Welshman.
Harry Wilson, who can play out wide or as a No. 10, has made only two appearances for Liverpool
But scored seven times in 35 games during his loan spell at Bournemouth.
Wilson was a surprise starter for Liverpool in their Carabao Cup defeat to Arsenal recently.
His first appearances for the club since 2017 and only his second in total, but he has already been omitted from the Reds Champions League squad list
Wilson was recently linked with a permanent move to Burnley,
Swansea at this stage appears to be in pole position.