Liverpool winger Harry Wilson set to join Cardiff City on season-long loan with Reds seeking £3m fee after Swansea had bid rejected for winger
- Swansea City had a bid rejected for the 23-year old winger on Tuesday
- Wilson saw a move to Burnley fall down earlier in the transfer window
- Liverpool have asked for a fee of around £3m for the season-long loan
Liverpool winger Harry Wilson is in talks to join Cardiff City after they agreed terms on a loan with the Premier League champions on Thursday.
Swansea City had a bid rejected for the 23-year old Wales international on Tuesday.
Wilson, who played for Wales in their 1-0 win in Bulgaria on Wednesday, saw a move to Premier League Burnley fall down earlier in the transfer window.
Liverpool winger Harry Wilson (above) is in talks to join Cardiff City on a season-long loan
Liverpool value him at £20million and Burnley were understood to have offered £8m plus add ons.
A number of Championship clubs had asked to take him on loan following his spell at Bournemouth last season.
Swansea, Nottingham Forest, Bristol City and Derby County have all made enquiries.
Harry Wilson was on loan at Bournemouth last season, scoring seven goals for the Cherries
It is understood Liverpool want around £3m for the loan with penalty payments if Wilson fails to play a certain amount of games.
Meanwhile, Swansea City are in talks with Bristol City over a deal for midfielder Kasey Palmer