Swansea City forward Andre Ayew sees huge potential in current teammate Rhian Brewster. He believes the Liverpool striker has ‘everything’ to become a ‘top, top player’.

Brewster is on loan at Swansea, of course, having joined them in January. Since then, the 20-year-old has impressed greatly. Brewster has scored ten goals in 20 Championship ages, helping the Welsh side into the Play-Offs.

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Ayew, who rejoined the Swans this season from Fenerbache, has certainly felt impressed by Brewster. He feels the youngster has got what it takes to become a real force.

“Rhian has everything to play for,” said Ayew, per Wales Online. “He has goals, he has speed, and he has power.

“He’s still young, and he has a few things to learn and improve on, but when we are talking about a pure finisher and talent in front of the goal, he has it all.

“He has everything a striker needs to get, and that is very important. When you are 19 or 20, and you see the season he has had. If he continues to work hard, he is going to be a top, top player.”

 

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We can match Ayew in out excitement over Brewster. This loan move has been an absolute Godsend as it’s given the forward the experience he desperately needed.

More than that, he’s proven beyond doubt that he can score goals in the right conditions. All kinds of goals, too, be them tap-ins or long-range strikes.

Brewster now looks like the kind of striker Liverpool need. He’s got all the tools to find the back of the net and we think he could work wonders in a team that creates like the Reds.

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Ayew’s praise only backs that up. The 30-year-old has played with some talented players over his career with Marseille, Ghana, West Ham United and Fenerbache. If he feels he can see it all in Brewster, then we’re inclined to believe him.

Will Brewster feature for Liverpool next season? We’re not sure just yet. We certainly hope so, though, as Brewster is a player of great potential. We’d like to see him fulfil it at Anfield as soon as he can.

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