NECO WILLIAMS has been urged to leave Liverpool for a second term at Fulham.
That’s the view of Williams’ Welsh team-mate Harry Wilson, who left Anfield to join Marco Silva’s side in a £12million transfer last summer.
Williams joined the champions on loan for the second half of the season in February.
Liverpool have put a £15million price tag on the full-back, while Jurgen Klopp will bolster his right-back options with the signing of Aberdeen’s 18-year-old Calvin Ramsay.
And Wilson hopes the 21-year-old, who starred in Wales’ play-off triumph against Ukraine, can return to the Premier League newcomers at Craven Cottage to bolster his hopes of a start at the World Cup.
Wilson said: “Who knows, maybe next year he can come back.
“He did really well on loan and it was like he’d been there all year.
“He’s managed to have a few assists, few goals and a lot of minutes under his belt and you could see from his performance lately that it did him very well.
“Neco was a similar age to me when I got my first loan to Hull and I feel like you need to get first-team football at that age, 20-21.
“He was in a decent position at Liverpool to learn from the best right-back in the world but it got to a point where he had to go and get minutes to himself.
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“It has helped him tremendously and anyone can see that when they put on a Wales shirt.”
Wilson, meanwhile, is confident Wales can beat their English pals in November’s Battle of Britain at the World Cup.
The 25-year-old Fulham star was a team-mate of Three Lions stars Jordan Henderson and Trent Alexander-Arnold at Liverpool and played alongside Mason Mount during a loan spell at Derby.
Wales meet arch-rivals England in Al-Rayyan on 29 November, while Wilson is reunited in Group B with fellow USA side Tim Ream and Antonee Robinson.
Wilson said: “We’d be lying if we said we didn’t watch the games. We all have friends on the England team. I also have a few in the US team from Fulham.
“We’re going to joke about the games a little bit, but once they’re over we’ll be playing each other for 90 minutes.
“I will do everything I can for Wales and they will do everything they can for their country.”
Wales have several English-born players in Robert Page’s squad including Ethan Ampadu, Dan James and Kieffer Moore.
But £12million midfielder Wilson says there will be no divided allegiances in Qatar.
Wilson added, “Definitely. Wales vs England is a massive game no matter where it is.
“But since it’s on the biggest stage at the World Cup, it’s going to be a little bit more.
“We’ll go in full of confidence and ready to take on anyone. There’s no reason why we can’t get a result against England.”
Wilson, who left Liverpool for Fulham last summer, has secured a dream doubles at the end of the season – winning promotion to the Premier League before helping Wales reach the World Cup final.
He said: “Going into the season I had two goals. The first was at Fulham and that was to get promoted and get into the Premier League and the second was to qualify for a World Cup with Wales and I did both.”
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