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Report: Number of clubs keen on Brewster loan

Young Liverpool striker Rhian Brewster has a number of clubs keen on his services for the second half of the season.

Jürgen Klopp has signalled his desire to let the 19 year-old go out on loan to gain some all-important first team football.

It is a clear change of heart from the manager who had reportedly told Brewster that he wants him to remain at the Reds for the entirety of this campaign.

However it is one which clearly makes a great deal of sense.

With the quality that Liverpool possess in the striking department, opportunities for Brewster to get meaningful minutes would be at a premium in the second half of the season.

 

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Brewster has only made two appearances in the Carabao Cup in this campaign and the Mirror reports that Aston Villa and Crystal Palace leading the chase.

It is believed top six Championship clubs Leeds and Swansea have also registered a interest.

Both Villa and Palace looked to boost their striking department during the summer transfer window but it has yet to prove dividends.

Roy Hodgson’s men are the equal second lowest scorers in the league with 11 goals so far with the load falling heavily on the shoulders of Jordan Ayew who has hit the back of the net four times.

Villa have a similar issue as the Midlands club look to put a gap between themselves and the bottom three.

While Brewster will naturally benefit by staying in the Premier League, he will also learn a lot by playing for ambitious Championship clubs like Leeds and Swansea where the games come thick and fast and the competition is not for the faint of heart.

Wherever the talented youngster goes, let’s hope he get the opportunity to show his wares on the big stage and comes back to the club as a all-round better player.


 

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Wasn't it Arsene who said that "you pay to develop young players in points" or something to that effect?

 

I'm fine with the idea of letting him win his development stripes at someone else's expense. Normally I'd say we should be bringing him through but this season, every point is vital. Can't be losing the league by 2 because a young player had an off game that cost us, unless we have absolutely no alternative.

 

Shame for him, in a way, that we're so good - in 2011-12 he'd have gotten 20 league starts.

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5 minutes ago, VladimirIlyich said:

I'd let him go to the Championship and avoid him playing against any of our potential competitors. Its stupid that you can loan players to clubs in your own division and always will be for me Clive.

 

Why? 

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4 minutes ago, Grinch said:

 

Why? 

Because it has,and will be abused by big clubs with loads of players using it to help take points off rivals with players who are contracted to them. I think this is cheating. Ok,the game is flooded with cheats but I am still not in favour of it.

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10 minutes ago, ZonkoVille77 said:

Can't see him making it. Love to be proved wrong though. 

 

He might, too early to say.   One things for sure, he's nowhere near ready and never was an option.   Laughable the amount of shite floating about in the summer trying to justify not spending by the usual journos on the clubs payroll. 

 

Klopp putting out team sheets without a forward on the bench told us everything. 

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Loan him out to gain experience and stuff his face with steak and potatoes morning, noon and night. Only with a couple of fried eggs on top of the morning steak.

 

If he steps up and comes back a stone heavier it might be the making of him.

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