This title race is really going down to the wire, isn’t it? Surely, you Liverpool fans cannot cope with the stress and knowing that Manchester City are lurking in the shadows waiting to steal top spot away from them. Still, as it stands, no one from Merseyside is giving up.
Obviously, for the remaining Premier League games, it is set to be an almighty battle between the two sides and it’s still a challenge Liverpool can come out on top of. Indeed, with the Champions League also still being a winnable trophy elsewhere, those Liverpool players can either stand up and be counted or prepare to flop under pressure.
Fans, of course, will be hoping it won’t be the latter and that finally, silverware will again be back at Anfield.
Over the years but, particularly this season, Jurgen Klopp has definitely brought the feel-good factor back to the club and use of youngsters sooner rather than later will make him even more popular around Anfield – Rhian Brewster being a prime example.
Although no such risk playing youngsters should be taken in their current predicament, pre-season is the perfect opportunity to assess such players.
Rhian Brewster looks to be an extremely talented youngster that could enjoy a very successful future in Liverpool colours. Having been injured for a large chunk of the season, any chance of a first-team call-up was subsequently ruled out but that shouldn’t dampen the excitement.
Though with the summer to re-assess things at Anfield, Jurgen Klopp would do no wrong taking a look at the Englishman. Indeed, alongside the likes of Mo Salah, Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino, the wonderkid finisher can thrive and put teams away, something they’ve struggled to do at their worst this season.
After all, with 14 goals and 12 assists at youth level this season, he’s shown he has ability, now it’s just about embedding him within the first-team. Outside of Firmino, the club lack a natural centre-forward of note and reliability, so trusting Brewster to come good in a way ex-Red Dominic Solanke was supposed to could end up saving the club millions in potential future transfer fees.
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