COACH Michael Beale insists Harry Wilson “would excel in a team who are dominating the ball” and valued the winger at between £25million and £30million.

Wales international Wilson has scored seven times in 23 Premier League games for Cherries this season, while on loan from Liverpool.

Rangers first-team coach Beale, who worked with the youngster during his time with the Reds, believes there is a lot more to come from the 23-year-old.

Speaking about Wilson, Beale told The Athletic: “I do think he’s a player who would excel in a team who are dominating the ball and playing in a really technical way.

“That could be at Liverpool. If it isn’t I’d suggest he’s worth £25million-£30million.

“There are other players in the Premier League like Jack Grealish who is 24 — a year older — and he too has been down to the Championship but is now excelling.

“Harry is still younger than people like him, like James Maddison.”

Wilson had been set for Euro 2020 with Wales this summer before the tournament was put back a year due to COVID-19.