Fulham are leading the race to sign Liverpool winger Harry Wilson, according to a Goal report this morning.

The Welsh international has joined up with Jurgen Klopp’s squad for their summer tour of Austria but is widely expected to move on before the end of the transfer window. Wilson has been on loan with four Championship sides in succession. Last’s season spell at Cardiff City followed stints with Hull City, Derby County and AFC Bournemouth.

The 24 year-old winger admitted publicly before this summer’s European Championships that he might need to leave Anfield permanently in order to progress his career. Wilson played 52 minutes in three substitute appearances for Wales at this year’s finals, being sent off at the end of their second round defeat by Denmark.

The sticking point to any deal would likely be Liverpool’s £15m valuation. The Premier League club rejected a £12m bid from Burnley last summer and feel that Wilson has developed since then after scoring seven times in 38 appearances on loan at Cardiff. Liverpool are believed to have rebuffed loan approaches from Brentford and Benfica and are seeking a sale.