CORWEN'S Harry Wilson is being heavily linked with a permanent move away from Liverpool before the transfer window closes next week.

Several trusted national media outlets are suggesting that the winger's time at Anfield is up and that he could make his exit before Monday, October 5.

But, it does look as though the 23-year-old with continue playing in England's top-flight with the likes of Leeds United, Aston Villa, Sheffield United and Burnley both said to be interested in his services.

Liverpool are said to be expecting around £15m to £20m for Wilson, who was born in Wrexham and grew up in Corwen.

Burnley are said to be the current front-runners as Sean Dyche looks to bring Wilson in at Turf Moor.

Despite being at Liverpool since 2015, Wilson is yet to make a first team appearance for the club.

Instead, his skills have been showcased elsewhere whilst out on loan.

A short stay at Crewe Alexandra in 2015, was followed by two highly-successful spells at Hull City and Derby County respectively, where he hit 22 goals in 53 league appearances during his time with both clubs.

Last season, Wilson was finally given the chance to show what he could do in the English Premier League and, despite his loan club Bournemouth being relegated, he caught the eye once more, scoring seven goals - including one stunning free kick against Manchester City.

On the international scene, he has scored three times in the 17 caps he's earned for Wales since he became the country's youngest ever player by coming on as a substitute against Belgium on October 15, 2013, aged just 16 years and 207 days old.