Reds defender completes switch to Hearts

Defender Danny Wilson is set to complete his departure Liverpool to Hearts.

The 21 year old joined Liverpool shortly after Roy Hodgson was appointed LFC boss in the summer of 2010 at a cost of £2M.

He spent the first half of that season bedding into the reserves setup, although he did play in the reds short-lived League Cup campaign that season.

He went on to make a total of 8 appearances for the reds that year, many in the Europa League.

He only made one further appearance for Liverpool in the 2011-12 season before being loaned out to Blackpool.  He spent a further brief spell at Bristol City before joining Hearts on loan in January this year.

His contract was due to expire at the end of this month and he will sign for Hearts for three years.

Wilson said:

"I am delighted to have my future sorted out.

"It didn't take me long to decide about committing myself to Hearts once the club made it known they were keen to keep me.

"I just want to play football and I firmly believe that staying at Tynecastle will benefit my career.

"This is a great club with great supporters and I'm looking forward to helping bring more success to Hearts."

We wish Danny all the best in his future career in the SPL.

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Reds defender completes switch to Hearts

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