Harry Wilson seems likely to get a big move this transfer window with Aston Villa the short priced favourites to sign the Welsh international on a permanent deal.
The 22 year-old was a revelation for Derby County in the Championship last season scoring 18 goals and contributing four assists for the Rams across all competitions, while the previous season saw Wilson win rave reviews for his performances on loan at Hull.
The Birmingham Mail reports that the Villains have jumped to the head of the queue of a long list of clubs interested in signing the midfielder including Brighton, Bournemouth, Wolves, Leicester and Leeds.
There had also been talk that Jurgen Klopp may look to use Wilson who signed a long term deal last season as a squad player once he returned from Derby.
The Reds manager was in close contact with then Rams manager Frank Lampard who was constantly glowing in his praise of the youngster.
While there is still a possibility that Wilson may be kept at Melwood season or indeed sent away on loan for the upcoming campaign, the more likely and logical scenario is that Wilson will be sold so he can look to build his career as a consistent first team player.