“I hope to make my debut and play quite a bit this season.”
Rhian Brewster has not suffered an injury setback as a report from the Mirror had indicated on Wednesday night as the Liverpool Echo claim he was never likely to return to action until after Christmas.
Jürgen Klopp is blessed with a wealth of attacking talent in his squad and when Brewster eventually returns to the fold, he will have another player capable of tormenting defenders alongside the likes of Firmino, Salah, Mane and Xherdan Shaqiri.
The young forward is sidelined with an ankle injury that required surgery and although we know that Klopp will be promoting Brewster to the first team, we are yet to find out exactly when he will make his return to action.
The Liverpool Echo has rubbished suggestions from the Mirror that Brester has suffered a setback in his recovery but confirms that supporters will need to wait until December to see the club’s next golden boy on the pitch.
On Wednesday evening, the Mirror reported that an injury setback would keep Rhian Brewster from making an early return to training, prolonging his spell on the sidelines until Christmas.
Yet, the Echo’s live blog indicates that Brewster was never going to return from his injury until after Christmas and this has been the case since he underwent his surgery in January.
“I wanted to be playing first-team football and if that meant going, I’d have gone,” Brewster told FourFourTwo. “But I felt it was right to stay at Liverpool and prove that I’m good enough to play in the first team.