Salah and Mane to be on Liverpool's American tour Klopp confirms

Salah and Mane to be on Liverpool's American tour Klopp confirms

Salah and Mane to be on Liverpool's American tour Klopp confirms

The striker is in a similar situation to winger Harry Wilson, who the Canaries are also reportedly keen to sign - along with most clubs in the Championship - after the 21-year-old scored seven goals in 14 games for Hull last season.

Leeds United, Stoke City and Derby County had been among the believed front runners to secure his signature, but this latest interest from West Brom may throw a spanner in the works.

His loan spell in the Championship with the Tigers saw him score 7 goals in 13 appearances and he won Liverpool's Academy Player of the Year for his impressive displays.

Speaking after signing the new deal, Wilson told "I'm delighted to sign the new deal".

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"[I want] to impress and give everything everyday to show the boss and help the whole team and show I can be a part of this Liverpool squad and go from there".

He admitted: "As a Liverpool fan, I was always watching the games even when I wasn't here last season". With rumours suggesting Salamon Rondon and Jay Rodriguez are on their way out at the Hawthorns, the Baggies will need to add some goals to their lineup if they are to stand a chance of returning to the Premier League at the first attempt.

"[Hull] was what I needed - a lot of minutes in a competitive league in the Championship".

"They come back before the tour to America - the 20th, I think", he said.

"Maybe there were a few doubts from my first loan about whether I could handle it".

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