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Sport Crystal Palace chairman Parish denies Brewster bid

18:32  21 september  2020
18:32  21 september  2020 Source:   goal.com

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Crystal Palace chairman Steve Parish has publicly denied reports that his club have an offer worth up to £25m for 20-year-old Liverpool forward Rhian Brewster . Brewster is one of several Liverpool players who could yet leave the club before October’s transfer deadline.

Brewster is thought to be available as he seeks first-team football. The recent arrival of Diogo Jota from Wolves has increased competition for places at Liverpool, and with chances set to be limited Brewster is reportedly keen on a 1/1 Palace chairman denies making £25m bid for Liverpool striker Brewster .

Tyrann Mathieu standing on a baseball field: Liverpool's Rhian Brewster © Getty Images Liverpool's Rhian Brewster

Liverpool's Rhian Brewster has not been the subject of a bid from Crystal Palace, contrary to reports.

On Monday, Sky Sports published an article reporting that Palace had made a formal bid of £19million plus £6m in add-ons for Brewster.

The 20-year-old – who scored 11 league goals while on loan at Swansea City last term – is seemingly surplus to requirements at Liverpool, who have recently added Thiago Alcantara and Diogo Jota to their title-winning squad.

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Rhian Brewster had reportedly been the subject of a bid from Crystal Palace , but the Eagles chairman has denied making an offer. On Monday, Sky Sports published an article reporting that Palace had made a formal bid of £19million plus £6m in add-ons for Brewster .

Crystal Palace chairman Steve Parish has vehemently denied reports the Eagles have bid £19 million plus £6 million in add-ons for Liverpool striker Rhian Brewster . After Sky Sports tweeted the rumour on Monday, Parish took to his own Twitter account to debunk the news.

The article also stipulated that the offer from Palace included the option for Liverpool to have first refusal, and buy the player back for £37m in the future.

Yet Palace's part-owner and chairman Steve Parish used his official social media channel to insist the report was untrue.

"We have asked Sky to take this down as it is a total fabrication from start to finish," Parish wrote on Twitter. "We have not made a bid formal or informal."

Palace have made an impressive start to the Premier League campaign, beating Southampton 1-0 in their opening fixture before defeating Manchester United 3-1 at Old Trafford on Saturday.


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