Liverpool will allow Harry Wilson to complete the Premier League season on loan at Bournemouth.

The Wales international moved to the Cherries back in August on a short-term deal that was set to end last month.

However, with the Premier League suspended for over three months, the Reds have permitted the winger to finish the campaign off in full on the south coast after watching him enjoy an excellent season for Eddie Howe's team.

Wilson has scored seven times for Bournemouth and has adapted well to his first year as a Premier League footballer at the Vitality.

Liverpool have been fed regular updates on Wilson's progress during his time so far in Bournemouth with loan and pathways manager Julian Ward filling in Jurgen Klopp with details of the analysis.

But with the top-flight having been paused since mid-March because of the coronavirus pandemic, Wilson was one of handful of Reds players whose immediate future was in doubt given the impending expiration of their loan contracts.

Rhian Brewster, who moved to Swansea City in the Championship back in January, was another who could have been the subject of loan complications.

However the ECHO understands Liverpool are happy to let both players resume their campaigns with their current clubs ahead of a return to Melwood later this summer.

The Reds will allow any player whose seasons can conclude to remain on loan until the final game has been played.

It means Wilson will get the opportunity to fire Bournemouth to safety in the Premier League, with the Cherries currently in the relegation zone on goal difference.

It is understood Wilson is happy with life on the south coast, although the goalscoring wideman is hopeful of his long-term future being at Liverpool.

The 23-year-old is relaxed about his current situation but will seek clarification from Reds boss Klopp on his role in the squad when he returns to the club he joined as a nine-year-old.

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Brewster was in a good run of form with the Swans prior to the suspension of football having netted four times in nine appearances.

Like Wilson, the 20-year-old will remain on loan for the rest of the campaign, regardless of the date when the season ends.