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Harry Wilson, who moved to Fulham this summer, believes it was the right decision for him to leave Liverpool this transfer window.
The midfielder talked to Goal, admitting that he thought of quitting Anfield two years ago.
“I wouldn’t say it was an easy thing to do, but it is definitely the right thing for me. I know I’ve made the right decision,” he explained.
“It was in 2019, when I came back from Derby,” The Wales international spoke about the time he started thinking of leaving. “I’d had a really good season in the Championship. We fell at the last hurdle in the play-off final, but my numbers were good, my performances were good.
The 24-year-old midfielder has been with The Reds since 2015 when he was only eight, but made just 2 appearances with the senior team.
“That pre-season at Liverpool, we played a few games in England and then went out to America and France. I played pretty much every game, scored a few goals and felt like I was in a good position.
Wilson shared his thoughts of first disappointment at Liverpool.
“Then we played Manchester City in the Community Shield at Wembley and I was 19th man. The disappointment of that really hit me.
“I felt that was my chance, and it had gone. I thought I’d done all I could, and I think that was when I started to accept that I’d have to leave.”
Harry Wilson currently plays for Fulham and he scored on his debut in the Championship over the weekend.
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