Harry Wilson
Harry Wilson is the youngest player to ever represent Wales Getty

Liverpool have confirmed their winger Harry Wilson will join Crewe Alexandra on-loan until January. He is yet to make a senior debut for the Reds, but was part of the squad for the Merseyside club's pre-season tour of Asia and Australia.

The 18-year-old will spend the next few months with the League One outfit and will wear the No 24 jersey at Crewe.

"Liverpool have confirmed Harry Wilson has joined Crewe Alexandra on a youth loan. The 18-year-old has agreed a temporary switch to the League One club until January," a statement read on Liverpool's official website.

Having featured for the Wales U17, U19 and U21 teams, he made his senior debut for the national side in October 2013 in the World Cup qualifier against Belgium. Wilson came as a late substitute as the tie ended in a 1-1 draw in Cardiff.

The Wales international became the youngest player to make a senior debut for the national side. He was 16 years and 208 days old.

Crewe manager Steve Davis also wanted to secure a loan move for Swansea City left-back Stephen Kingsley. The League One outfit have now signed him on a 93-day loan deal on 26 August.

A statement on Crewe's official website read, "Crewe Alexandra have completed the signing of Swansea City left-back Stephen Kingsley on an emergency 93-day loan deal. Steve Davis has been chasing the 21-year-old for much of the summer, but due to his impressive form in pre-season, Steve was forced to wait - but he's now got his man."