CHERRIES have completed a deal to sign Liverpool winger Harry Wilson on a season-long loan.

It is understood that Cherries were one of many Premier League clubs interested in the Wales international.

But talks progressed quickly through Tuesday with a deal now concluded for the 22-year-old.

Wilson becomes the fifth summer arrival for Cherries after Lloyd Kelly, Jack Stacey, Philip Billing and Arnaut Danjuma.

Reports last week linked Cherries with a £25million move for the Wrexham-born talent, but Liverpool were reluctant to let the talented youngster leave permanently.

The Daily Echo understands there is no option for purchase at the conclusion of Wilson's stay at Vitality Stadium.

Wilson impressed while on loan at Derby County last season, playing 49 times and scoring 18 goals under Frank Lampard to help the Rams reach the Championship play-off final.

He also featured in the Wales squad alongside Cherries stars David Brooks and Chris Mepham for Euro 2020 qualifiers against Croatia and Hungary back in June.

Wilson featured in all of Liverpool's seven pre-season fixtures, scoring against Borussia Dortmund and Lyon, but was not part of the Liverpool squad which lost against Manchester City in the Community Shield on Sunday.