According to reports from the Daily Mail, Swansea City are ‘confident’ of landing Liverpool teenager Rhian Brewster in the January transfer window.

Brewster, 19, has struck large interest from numerous clubs including Preston, Huddersfield, Sheffield Wednesday, Charlton and QPR reportedly all keen on the Reds striker.

The former Chelsea academy prospect has featured only twice for Liverpool this season – both in the Carabao Cup – with Brewster currently behind attacking duo Roberto Firmino and Dvock Origi in Jurgen Klopp’s pecking order.

Brewster is yet to score for Liverpool but the club hold him in high regard and will be determined for the youngster not to depart the club on a permanent basis.

After sustaining a long-term injury back in 2018, Klopp’s made Brewster’s value to the club importance known by moving him to from Kirkby to Melwood to rehabilitate with fellow Red and now-close friend Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain.

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Liverpool are not interested in a permanent deal for Brewster but could be open to the idea of a loan move if regular game time can be guaranteed for the 2017 U17 World Cup Golden Boot winner.

KOLKATA, INDIA – OCTOBER 25: England manager Steve Cooper celebrates victory with Rhian Brewster during the FIFA U-17 World Cup India 2017 Semi Final match between Brazil and England at Vivekananda Yuba Bharati Krirangan Stadium on October 25, 2017 in Kolkata, India. (Photo by Jan Kruger – FIFA/FIFA via Getty Images)

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Brewster to Swansea could actually be beneficial for both parties should the teenager make the move to south-wales.

The Liverpool forward has also previously worked with Swansea boss Steve Cooper with both England and the current European champions.

Tammy Abraham enjoyed a loan move with the Swans back in the 2017/18 season and has since become one of the most deadly strikers in the Premier League this season.

Also, Brewster could join up with close-friend and former Liverpool academy graduate Yan Dhanda ho is currently embarking on his second season at the Liberty Stadium.


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