Celtic watch Liverpool starlet and make instant approach to sign him

Celtic viewed Harry Wilson on Saturday and have apparently made a way to deal with sign the Liverpool adolescent on advance. 

The 21-year-old, who is set to sign another agreement at Anfield when this week, scored twice in Liverpool's 7-0 prevail upon Chester on Saturday under the attentive gaze of a Celtic scout.

Objective report that Celtic "on Sunday morning reached Liverpool to check whether an arrangement could be organized which would take the gifted winger to Glasgow".

It's accounted for that Liverpool however would incline toward a credit bargain in England if Jurgen Klopp chooses to go down that course for Wilson.

Wilson, who just marked an agreement augmentation in January before joining Hull City on credit, scored seven times in 14 appearances for the Tigers last season and twelve second-level groups are keen on taking him this season - including West Brom and Stoke.

Klopp looks set to lose Danny Ings, who will investigate alternatives from Liverpool to get more amusement time, while Daniel Sturridge's future is up in air, regardless of scoring twice in Saturday's benevolent win and after that pronouncing: "This is only the start."

Klopp looks set to run the manage over Wilson with benevolent amusements with Tranmere, Bury and Blackburn all penciled in, trailed by a three-diversion voyage through the USA.

"I am focusing on doing admirably consistently in preparing and trusting that first group openings will come," said Wilson after Saturday's amusement.

"The fantasy of mine is to play frequently for Liverpool's first group. Right now I am finding the opportunity to prepare at Melwood and get minutes in the friendlies and my point is to awe the administrator and remain here. On the off chance that that is unrealistic then we will weigh up the alternatives and go from that point.

"On the off chance that you are in [Klopp's] preparing squad at that point he's allowed you to inspire him. I need to ensure I utilize that shot. Over the coming weeks I am certain we'll take a seat and see what the plans are."

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