Jurgen Klopp has huge dilemma ahead of transfer window

It has been a standout campaign for Liverpool loanee Harry Wilson, who has been a mainstay for Derby County, who secured a play-off place in the Championship this campaign after finishing sixth, and face Leeds United.

The midfielder has played 44 matches for Frank Lampard’s side across all competitions and has played a big part in his side’s bid for Premier League football.

But Jurgen Klopp has to opt whether he has done enough to be welcomed back at Anfield and force himself into his first-team plans.

The 22-year-old ace has featured predominantly on the right-side of the Championship side’s attack, which is pretty ironic given he is very much left-footed.

Welshman’s prowess high up the pitch makes him a real offensive threat and has saw him net a scintillating 15 league goals this term, that tally makes him the Rams’ top goalscorer this season.

The youngster has scored fifteen league goals, while seven came from outside the box and three goals direct from free kicks.

After a solid season at Pride Park, it will be interesting to see where the 22-year-old can feature in Jurgen Klopp’s team.

Harry Wilson signed a contract extension at Merseyside in the summer before making the loan switch to Derby and is contracted to the club until 2022.

Meanwhile, Liverpool are willing to sign Timo Werner from RB Leipzig in the summer and are ready to pay £70 million for the German’s signature.