Harry Wilson has confirmed that he will leave Liverpool to join Fulham on a permanent basis this summer.
The 25-year-old has starred for the Cottagers in their promotion-winning Championship campaign with 10 goals and 17 assists in 39 second-tier matches.
Wilson rose through the youth ranks at Anfield but struggled to break into the Reds’ first team, and he now leaves the club in a £12m deal for Fulham.
“I know now that I will be at a club that I will be at for the next few years after a permanent move,” Wilson told Goal at the recent EFL Awards.
“That was what I wanted. I wanted somewhere to settle down off the pitch so I can enjoy it on the pitch. My first season here has been great, the club has been great with me, I settled in well with my teammates and set me up for a fantastic year.
“I have managed to get double figures for goals and assists, topping it off tonight by getting into the team of the year. This year has been my most enjoyable season. I have that stability now and have a great year behind me.”
The Wales international leaves Liverpool having made just two appearances for the club, being shipped out on loan to Crewe Alexandra, Hull City, Derby County, Bournemouth and Cardiff City as well as Fulham.
Wilson has signed a deal at Craven Cottage until the summer of 2026, and Liverpool are reported to possess a 15% sell-on clause should Fulham part ways with the attacker in the future.