Harry Wilson’s loan deal with Bournemouth was set to expire on June 30, but Liverpool will allow him to stay at the club until the end of the season, The Times reports.
Wilson’s deal was due to expire on June 30, but The Telegraph reports that Liverpool will allow him to play on the southern coast and feature for Eddie Howe’s side in the final nine matches.
Wilson scored 7 times, and could play a big role in their potential survival.
Meanwhile, Liverpool is currently working on deals to enable its loaners to complete the campaign with their respective sides.
In related news, Rhian Brewster will also stay with Swansea to finish the campaign.
England Under-21 forward Rhian Brewster would now be allowed to remain on loan at the Swansea City Championship team. The forward joined Swansea in January and scored four goals in 11 appearances.