Fulham have tonight confirmed the signings of Harry Wilson and Paulo Gazzaniga as the club’s first new arrivals under new manager Marco Silva.

Welsh international winger Wilson has put pen to paper on a four-year deal, with Fulham holding a further year’s option. He makes a permanent move to Craven Cottage from Liverpool for an initial fee believed to be around £10m after becoming frustrated with a lack of first-team opportunities at Anfield. The 24 year-old spent last season on loan with Cardiff, scoring seven goals in 37 appearances for the Bluebirds.

Wilson told Fulham’s official website tonight: “I’m delighted to sign for Fulham. From my first chat with the gaffer on the phone, I loved what he was saying and felt that he understood me as a player, and that played a massive role in me coming here. The ambition of the club to get back into the Premier League appealed to me as that’s where we all want to be. I’m hoping I can come here, have a good season and help get the Club back into the Premier League.”

Former Tottenham goalkeeper Gazzaniga has signed a two-year contract having come close to joining the Whites last summer. He previously spent four years at Southampton and amassed plenty of top flight experience. The 29 year-old Argentine international said: “Fulham is a great club. I love the challenge and I think this is an excellent opportunity for me. When they spoke of the project here at Fulham the decision was easy. The Championship is a very strong league and I am looking forward to getting started.”