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Report: Sheffield United line up £20m offer for Liverpool forward Rhian Brewster

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Report: Sheffield United line up £20m offer for Liverpool forward Rhian Brewster

Liverpool may reportedly be about to receive a bid for youngster Rhian Brewster from Premier League rivals Sheffield United.

According to the Telegraph, Sheffield United are preparing a £20million offer to try sign the highly-rated forward.

It is explained that the 20-year-old has been a priority for Blades manager Chris Wilder throughout the summer window and negotiations between them and Liverpool are getting closer to his £20million valuation.

The report explains that Sheffield United are open to including a buy-back clause in the deal, which would allow Liverpool to re-sign him in the future.

Brewster, who was previously on the books at Chelsea and ending up graduating from the Liverpool academy, is an excellent striker that is a deadly finisher in the box and he’s played four senior games for the Reds.


The England Under-21 international has been highly-rated by Klopp in the past, but the competition for spaces at Anfield in the first-team squad is fierce.

“I saw a really good game and Rhian is a fantastic player,” Klopp said in July 2019, as quoted by the club’s official website.

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TBR’s View:

There are plenty who feel Brewster should be given his chance in the Liverpool squad this campaign, as he was superb during a loan spell at Swansea City in the second half of last season and is an intelligent striker with great movement in the box.

But his game-time would be severely limited due to the talent in the squad at Anfield, so receiving £20million for his sale with the inclusion of a buy-back clause looks like brilliant business on paper.

He could prove to be a genius signing for a Sheffield United side that need to try find more goals and Liverpool fans would be watching his career develop closely if he does leave this summer.

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