Brewster is a Blade! Liverpool starlet Rhian seals £23.5m switch to join Sheffield United… but Reds retain buy-back option as part of his switch to Bramall Lane
- Sheffield United have won the race to sign Liverpool attacker Rhian Brewster
- The 20-year-old impressed last season out on loan in Wales with Swansea City
- With chances at Liverpool limited the club have sanctioned a permanent exit
- They retain a buy-back clause and hold a 15 per cent sell on fee for three years
Sheffield United have beaten out competition from Premier League rivals to land Liverpool youngster Rhian Brewster in a £23.5million deal.
With a place in Liverpool’s attack difficult to come by with Mohamed Salah, Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane regular starters, Jurgen Klopp has sanctioned the 20-year-old’s exit.
But the champions will have the option of buying Brewster back as part of the deal and there is also a 15 per cent sell-on clause going to the Reds for the next three years.
Liverpool starlet Rhian Brewster has sealed a switch to join Sheffield United for £23.5million
Chris Wilder beat off competition from Premier League rivals to win the race for Brewster
Brewster’s stock rose last season as he played a key part in Swansea City’s run to the Championship play-offs.
Beaten in the semi-finals by Brentford, Brewster departed Steve Cooper’s side and returned to Anfield hopeful of forcing his way into Klopp’s plans.
He departed the Championship side having scored 11 goals in 22 games, and Brewster acknowledged he needed regular football to continue his development.
The Liverpool man impressed on loan at Swansea last season scoring 11 goals in 22 games
While Brewster is popular at Liverpool it was felt that he was not yet ready for a regular first team berth and so his exit to Sheffield United has been sanctioned.
Both Crystal Palace and Aston Villa were credited with an interest in Brewster but he has elected to join Chris Wilder in Sheffield for the 2020-21 campaign.
Brewster, who was part of the England team to win the Under-17 World Cup back in 2017, has been recruited in a bid to help the Blades in attack.
Wilder’s side are yet to score in their opening three Premier League games this season and are marooned in 19th in the table.
They take on Arsenal at the Emirates this weekend before hosting Fulham on October 17, which could be Brewster’s first game for his new club.
Sheffield United are yet to score a goal in the Premier League this season after three defeats
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