Being a Liverpool fan is pretty good at the moment. The Reds are flying high having won their first three games without shipping a single goal. Jurgen Klopp has got his side playing champagne football and when the young injured prodigy, Rhian Brewster makes his return and joins the first-team things will only get better.
— Rhian Brewster (@RhianBrewster9) 28 August 2018
The 18-year-old striker has been prolific at youth level and when he returns from his ankle surgery the Kopites will be looking forward to seeing him make his move up to the senior squad and continuing his goalscoring form. So far, he’s resided in the U23 squad and has scored 14 goals and registered 12 assists in 34 games across the UEFA Youth League, Premier League 2 and the U18 Premier League.
The next step for the ex-Chelsea academy boy will be to make his mark with Klopp and get a place in the senior squad. At the moment Liverpool have been using Roberto Firmino as a central striker with Daniel Sturridge on the bench. However, with Dominic Solanke also in the picture, Brewster will have a serious job on his hands to get himself up the pecking order at the club.
You can read the Kopites’ verdict on Brewster here:
Looking forward to seeing you back #LFC
— Anything Liverpool (@AnythingLFC_) 28 August 2018
We waiting on you fam u
— LFC Scout Watch (@Mobyhaque1) 28 August 2018
You will be in the 1st team soon. Klopp only fights hard to get w/c players. Klopp & @LFC fought hard for you cos they believe in your talent. You will soon have the world at your feet keep working hard. Good luck Brewster. #YNWA
— Yazeed Alanzi (@YAZEED_YNWA) August 28, 2018
Keep it up Rhian
— Rukhsar. (@rukhsarahmed786) 28 August 2018
Come Back Stronger
— – (@BrutalBrewster) 28 August 2018
Can’t wait for you to come back stronger and make your first steps in 1st team YNWA
— Alexis 4 (@Syleks4) 29 August 2018
Stick with it lad, not long to go and you be playing in the 1st team!!!
— Chas Sutherland (@chasboyuk) August 28, 2018
The Reds will be buzzing to see Brewster back in action and at Anfield and when he’s back he’ll be one that the fans can’t wait to see among the goals.