Liverpool’s front three have been deadly since they were brought together in the summer of 2017. The Reds rarely change up their front line, only doing so when forced to by injury. The fierce form of the attacking trio has made it difficult for youngsters to step up. We still need to make sure that our youth prospects are getting first team football, Liverpool should loan Rhian Brewster to Crystal Palace.

Liverpool should loan Rhian Brewster to Crystal Palace.

Liverpool should loan Rhian Brewster to Crystal Palace. (Photo by John Powell/Liverpool FC via Getty Images)

Successful Swansea spell

We have already seen that Rhian Brewster can perform on loan.

In January the club let the youngster join Swansea City on a temporary spell until the end of the season.

The Englishman managed to fire the Swans into the playoff places, netting 11 goals during his time in Wales.

Should he stay or should he go?

There has been much debate as to whether or not Rhian Brewster should stay with the Reds’ first team this season.

Many have called for the 20-year-old to become the Reds’ backup striker ahead of Divock Origi.

Whilst others believe that a full season as a first choice striker at another Premier League club would do him more good.

 

We have also seen reports that Liverpool would be prepared to sell the youngster, with Sky Sports claiming that the Reds could let him go with a buy-back clause.

Loan Rhian Brewster to Crystal Palace

Liverpool selling their prized young striker could be a massive mistake.

Letting the youngster leave on loan would be a better option, if he fails to make the grade after this season then selling him could be an option.

Loaning Rhian Brewster to Crystal Palace would be ideal for all involved. The youngster would likely start most games and would also benefit from the move back to london.

The youngster grew up in the capital, being back in his home city would likely help him settle in at his temporary club and allow him to concentrate further on his development.

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