Rhian Brewster maybe promoted in the line up to bolster Liverpool’s attacking options if Daniel Sturridge leaves Anfield this summer.
Focusing on Jurgen Klopp’s transfer plans for the upcoming summer, which indicates, Sturridge, Alberto Moreno and Nathaniel Clyne can leave the Red’s.
Brewster has been regarded as an outstanding talent at the Merseyside for a while now, with his performance for the national team which won England Under- 17 World Cup back in 2017 has attracted global attention.
For the 19-year-old Brewster, making a way into an elite line up will not be an easy task for a young English player like him, but given the Klopp’s lack of reliable attacking depth which creates an opportunity for the English international.
However, Sturridge, who earns £130,000 a week at the Anfield is a talented striker but his injury record stats makes something to be thought of, and that’s where Brewster comes into the scene.
The young striker can surely make the difference, seeing the talent, energy and quality in his play, to make a positive impact up front next season if he gets an opportunity.
The 19-year-old striker has played three Premier League international cups and two matches in the second Premier League division.
— via tbrfootball