Thanks for sharing that.
I notice that at the 4:10min mark Klopp got asked about what will happen to Wilson, and although he didn't provide a straightforward answer, I think the manner in which he responded is extremely telling:
"We have to do what's right for the club, and for the boy, so that's how it is..... There's nothing to talk in public about it, so we will see what will happen in the next 8-9 days until the window closes. But he's obviously a really good player".
He then talked a bit more about how he has liked Wilson in preseason, but the general tone was rather defensive, as if he was trying to justify why he doesn't think Wilson is good enough for the team.
The fact that he says things like "[doing] what's right for the club", "there's nothing to talk about in public", and "we will see what happens in the next 8-9 days" makes it obvious that the club are looking to sell him before the window closes.
I think the writing has been on the wall already the last 1-2 years as Wilson has kept getting loaned out rather than staying to develop with the first team as Klopp usually tends to do with players that are promoted into the first team. The signing of Harvey Elliott in the exact same position as Wilson also pointed to Wilson being moved out.
As for why Klopp doesn't fancy Wilson, I think it has to do with a few features of Wilson's game, both on and off the ball.
In attack, Wilson seems to be more of an individual flair player, drifting in and out of games whenever the ball happens to be near him, rather than sticking to structured attacking patterns of play.
Granted, he can come up with moments of brilliance, but those often mask the fact that he often struggles to link up with teammates and is often relatively quiet in games apart from those moments.
Today's game was a perfect example of that, where very little play seemed to be channeled through his side on the left, and when it did very little came of it. But then he popped up with a fantastic goal and people forget that he's been relatively uninvolved until then.
Off the ball Wilson isn't a very tenacious presser, and so combined with the aforementioned features of his game, it makes sense why Klopp wouldn't fancy him, despite his obvious knack for scoring screamers from outside the box.
That all said, if and when Wilson does get sold this coming week, I'm sure we'll hear a brigade of people moaning about how we're even shorter in attacking options than we were before, even though Wilson wasn't even here last season and thereby doesn't constitute a detraction from our 18/19 squad.
On that note I'd also point to the fact that Elliott didn't seem out of place at all today in his 30 mins with the First XI, and I wouldn't be surprised if he sees some minutes this season. Compared to Wilson I thought he did a much better job of linking up with teammates and being involved constantly, along with creating chances in attack. I also found it particularly interesting to see him get a few minutes on the left as well, suggesting that he could be an option there too.
As such I think it's likely that this will be the attack we go into the season with (assuming of course that the club get an acceptable offer for Wilson):
Mané ---- Firmino ----- Salah
Elliott ----- Origi ------- Shaqiri
----------- Brewster ------------