Liverpool agree to sell highly-rated forward this month

By | September 18, 2020

Liverpool will reportedly allow their starlet Rhian Brewster to depart from the club on a permanent basis before the end of the current transfer window.

The 20-year-old forward has managed to found back of the net 11 times in 22 games for Swansea City during a loan spell last campaign, however, has only made four first-team games for his parent team.

Crystal Palace and Sheffield United have both been strongly linked with the Englishman, and according to the Daily Mail, the Premier League defending champions are prepared to sanction a permanent exit.

The report suggests that Liverpool value Rhian Brewster at £20m, although they will insist that any deal includes a buy-back clause.

The talented forward won the Golden Boot award at the 2017 U-17 World Cup, finding the back of the net on eight time as England lifted the trophy in India.

Brewster spent six years in the Chelsea academy before making a switch to Liverpool at the age of 14 and now likely to depart from Anfield due to the high competition in the front line.

Liverpool another starlet Marco Grujic could also leave the club on permanent basis as Hertha Berlin are keen on to lure him away from Anfield.