The Cherries have confirmed that the player will join up with Eddie Howe's side on loan for the 2019-20 season, after they were on the hunt for a replacement for the injured David Brooks.
Bournemouth have brought in Liverpool's versatile 22-year-old Wales midfielder Harry Wilson on a season-long loan, the two Premier League clubs announced on Tuesday. Having impressed in the Championship at both Derby County and Hull City over the last 18 months, the youngster is eager to ensure his career continues on an upwards trajectory.
Wilson said he was excited to get his chance in the Premier League.
"There is no option to buy and Wilson, and Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp, see his long-term future still at Anfield".
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The Wales global impressed in pre-season for Liverpool, who placed a £25m valuation on his head earlier in the summer, but has been allowed to leave as Jürgen Klopp can not offer the regular first-team football he needs this seaon.
Bournemouth are likely to be asked for a fee and penalty payments if Wilson does not play a set amount of games.
Fellow Premier League club, Bournemouth were believed to be ready to meet Liverpool's valuation.
Wilson's global team-mate David Brooks is set to miss three months with an ankle injury, which could open up more playing time at the beginning of the season.
Liverpool expect interest in another winger, Ryan Kent, to be firmed up before this week's deadline, with Leeds United ready to make a bid to sign the 22-year-old on a permanent basis.