Out with the old, in with the new.
This has seemingly been Jurgen Klopp’s philosophy for quite a long time, as he’s preferred operating with a youthful, hard-working squad and often changed his options at Anfield over the years.
Indeed, as you Reds fans will be well aware of by now, his total overhaul on Merseyside has been slow-burning but hugely effective.
While it’d be crazy to change the winning combination this season, the German’s probably looking at different equations for next season. In order to help Liverpool play different styles of football from heavy-metal to more reserved approaches, he’s always changing around his options.
To that end, this should also be in effect for his world-class attack, which Klopp wants to boost even more going forward.
New signings aside, he’s a big believer in giving talented academy products their opportunities. Following his sublime work with Trent Alexander-Arnold, Rhian Brewster is waiting in the wings for his deserved opportunities. It’ll probably arrive later in the summer during their pre-season tour next season, where Brewster will get the opportunity to impress Klopp, with Kop legend John Aldridge writing in the Liverpool Echo some time ago that he believes the England youth starlet will feature heavily there.
The 19-year-old might’ve been hampered with injuries recent, yet his ability cannot be denied. The top-scorer two years back in England U-17’s World Cup-winning squad, he’s just as talented as Phil Foden or Jadon Sancho. An electric, clinical forward with many tricks under his sleeve, Brewster can achieve his maximum potential under Klopp’s thunderous attacking system.
Following his return from injury, Brewster scored and assisted in his only appearance against Leicester’s U-23 side recently. A hungry striker with excellent finishing ability, the 18-year-old can be moulded into the complete package if he works diligently under Klopp next season, and showcases patience in reaching for the spotlight.
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