Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp reportedly has no plans to cut Harry Wilson’s Derby County loan spell short in January, despite the youngster’s good form.
Liverpool are reportedly unlikely to recall on-loan midfielder Harry Wilson during the January transfer window.
Wilson is currently on a season-long loan deal with Championship side Derby County, but Liverpool have the option to cut his stay at Pride Park short and bring him back to Anfield.
The 21-year-old’s performances for the promotion-chasing Rams have led to suggestions that he could be a possible first-team option for Jurgen Klopp during the second half of the Premier League season.
However, the Liverpool ECHO reports that Klopp is happy to let Wilson see through his loan until May, barring a midfield injury crisis at Anfield.
Klopp is understood to be delighted with Wilson’s progress under Derby boss Frank Lampard, having seen the Wales international score eight goals in 18 appearances so far this season.
However, the Liverpool manager could look to recall Ben Woodburn from Sheffield United having seen the youngster struggle for game time at Bramall Lane.