Liverpool is on the verge of letting young striker Rhian Brewster join Sheffield United with both teams involved in talks which are said to be at an advanced stage.
No deal has yet been agreed between the two clubs but, with ongoing discussions positive, the Blades have been allowed to negotiate terms with the England under-21 forward this as reported by Daily Mail.
Despite having had a perfect preseason with Liverpool, Brewster knows that his place in the first team is bleak with the likes of Firminho, Mane and Sane preferred to lead the club’s attack.
Sheffield United have made a £17m offer for Brewster and are willing to include the buyback option in the deal but The Reds value the player at £20m and are keen to have further performance-related add-ons included in the deal.
The player was on loan at Swansea lasts season scoring 11 goals in 22 games, and is seeking regular football to continue his development.
The Under-17 World Cup winner had attracted interest from Crystal Palace with Leeds the other team who is said to have enquired about him earlier.
Sheffield United are poised to make a formal offer for Liverpool striker Rhian Brewster to bolster Chris Wilder’s attack. Negotiations are getting closer to the players’ £20 million valuation. #awlfc [telegraph] pic.twitter.com/ShIgSQMKs0— Anfield Watch (@AnfieldWatch) September 29, 2020