The Championship Play-offs final is between Aston Villa and Derby County, and The Ram’s Liverpool loanee, Harry Wilson, has been linked with a move to Wolves (Birmingham Mail).
Aston Villa beat West Bromwich Albion to reach Wembley, meanwhile Derby performed a sensational comeback against Leeds United.
Wolves fans will obviously want Frank Lampard’s Derby to beat former teammate John Terry’s Villa, and the match should be exciting for the neutrals.
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Liverpool’s Harry Wilson would be a great signing for Wolves
Liverpool sold Wilson to Derby County on a season-long loan, and the winger will return to Anfield after Monday.
Wilson has had a terrific season for The Rams and has become a fan favourite.
In 40 appearances all season, he has scored 15 goals and assisted three.
He has played on the left and right wing, and he has also played as a central attacking midfielder.
Five of his goals were direct freekicks, and the majority of his strikes were from his left foot.
Wolves have a terrific midfield with Ruben Neves, Joao Moutinho, and unsung hero Leander Dendoncker, but Wilson would be a fantastic addition.
The pack had a terrible record against the bottom teams that parked the bus because Nuno’s men lacked some creativity.
Nuno Espirito Santo’s side were predictable thanks to their ‘exploit the wings’ gameplan always being the same.
Wilson would contribute goals and assists, but he’d also provide that spark of magic Wolves sorely need.
He’s smart, he’s always calm on the ball, he’s creative, and he’s also lethal in front of goal.
Provided Liverpool don’t want him and he chooses not to return to Derby, he’d be a great addition to the pack.