The 21-year-old enjoyed a productive loan spell at Craven Cottage after swapping Liverpool for Fulham in the January transfer window.
Williams featured 15 times for Marco Silva’s side, scoring and assisting twice, as they dominated the Championship to secure automatic promotion back to the Premier League.
It effectively brings Williams’ loan to a close and a return to Anfield beckons ahead of a pivotal summer in his young career.
The Welshman signed a five-year Liverpool contract in 2020 and knows an Anfield stay would see him continue to act as Trent Alexander-Arnold‘s deputy, but talks of an exit have long existed.
Williams has previously acknowledged that he will return “a more mature player and improved player” but that he “wants to play as much as possible.”
With a shot at a World Cup campaign with Wales, Williams will not want to see his momentum halted but minutes at Liverpool would come only as a rotation option for Liverpool’s No. 66.
A permanent switch was flirted with last summer, with Liverpool open to an exit with a £10 million bid but it soon cooled and Williams remained for the first half of the season.
It, therefore, presents this summer as an important juncture in his young career as he will not be short on suitors, Fulham will likely be one – but it will have to be right for the player and Liverpool.