Bournemouth have completed the loan signing of Wales international midfielder Harry Wilson.
The 22-year-old midfielder has joined the Cherries for a season-long loan deal, becoming the fifth summer arrival following Lloyd Kelly, Jack Stacey, Philip Billing and Arnaut Danjuma.
Wilson can operate in the wing or in a central position. He has been at Anfield since joing their U-9s and made his breakthrough into the first-team in an FA Cup match at Plymouth in January 2017.
He spent last season on loan at Derby County, where he scored 17 times in 46 games as the Rams reached the Championship play-off final.
The Welshman told Bournemouth’s official TV: “It’s great to be here, great to finally get everything sorted and I can’t wait to meet all the staff and the lads.
“When Liverpool informed me it was a possibility to come here I was keen to get it sorted. I want to play Premier League football and with a great team like Bournemouth.
“With the style of play that Bournemouth are likely to play I feel that I can fit right in and help the team a lot.”
Bournemouth’s chief executive Neil Blake added:
“Harry is an outstanding young player who has attracted a lot of attention in this transfer window, so I am delighted that he will be an AFC Bournemouth player this season.
“We have had to work hard to secure this deal but believe Harry can add further quality to our attacking options.
“This has been a really positive window for the club and further demonstrates the board’s desire to keep this club progressing.”