Liverpool have an embarrassment of talent in the first team and the medals to prove it. In the past couple of years Jürgen Klopp has led his team to become champions of everything, consistently picking the same XI each week, because, well, why wouldn’t you? One of the downsides to such consistent brilliance is how do you get your brightest youth players involved? More often than not this leads to temporary switches away – according to Goal Rhian Brewster is wanted on loan by at least six Premier League sides.

Rhian Brewster is wanted on loan by at least six Premier League clubs according to Goal.

Rhian Brewster is wanted on loan by at least six Premier League clubs according to Goal. (Photo by Athena Pictures/Getty Images)

Successful Swansea spell

In January Rhian Brewster headed to Swansea City on loan.

The Englishman was free to get some first team experience after the Reds snapped up Joe Hardy from Brentford.

Brewster’s time in Wales was a huge success. The prodigy fired the Swans into the playoff semi finals, netting 11 goals during his spell in the Championship – including a vital strike on the final day.

Rhian Brewster wanted on loan

According to Goal there is at least six Premier League sides that want Rhian Brewster on loan.

The report names Aston Villa, Newcastle, Burnley, Brighton, Fulham and Crystal Palace as being interested in the youngster’s services.

Goal go on to claim that Jürgen Klopp will give the 20-year-old the chance to prove himself during pre-season and behind closed doors friendlies.

 

What RTK has to say

Rhian Brewster going on loan to a Premier League side could be the make or break chapter of his Liverpool career.

The Reds striker has long been just about to burst onto the scene, just about to take the league by storm.

An unfortunate injury record has delayed his progress but now he is entering his 20s it is time to see some more from him.

He impressed in the Championship, regular game time in the top flight could be just the thing he needs.

However, it could also seal his fate as an also-ran whilst Curtis Jones and Neco Williams break through. Fingers crossed that whatever happens we finally see him fulfil his almighty potential.

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