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Liverpool considering selling Rhian Brewster
Sky Sports News reporter Keith Downie has stated that six Premier League clubs have enquired over the availability of Reds striker Rhian Brewster, with The Reds now open to selling the forward and including a buy-back option in the deal. Newcastle, Aston Villa, and Sheffield United are all apparently interested in Brewster, with three unnamed sides also thought to be keen on the 20-year-old. Read Liverpool Verdict Having previously been open on his stance regarding the immediate future for Brewster, Jurgen Klopp seemingly quashed all rumours recently by suggesting that striker would remain part of the German’s squad for the first half of the campaign.
Sheffield United and Crystal Palace are preparing to step up their interest in Liverpool striker Rhian Brewster.
Brewster has held talks with Jurgen Klopp over his future this week and the champions will allow the 20-year-old to leave permanently if a suitable move can be found.
Liverpool value Brewster at around £20million and any deal for the striker is set to include a buy-back clause.
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The Reds have identified the Portugal international as an ideal signing to provide much-needed cover for their forward line heading into the hectic 2020-21 season. Jota, 23, was left out of the Wolves squad for their Carabao Cup tie at home to Stoke on Thursday, and is understood to be keen on a move to Anfield. There is growing confidence within the Liverpool camp that a deal can be completed.
Sheffield United and Palace are the front-runners in the race for Brewster, an England Under-17 World Cup and Golden Boot winner, who impressed on loan at Swansea last season and is keen to continue his development with regular football that Liverpool believe he is not quite ready for at Anfield.
Brewster scored 11 goals in 22 games for the Welsh club to help them reach the Championship play-offs.
His suitors have already held initial talks with Liverpool but have been awaiting a final decision on whether Brewster would be made available for a permanent transfer or only on loan.
Blades boss Chris Wilder is hoping to sign a striker before his side’s trip to Aston Villa on Monday.
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As revealed by Sportsmail on Tuesday, they made a £3m plus add-ons approach for Arsenal youngster Folarin Balogun.
They also retain an interest in Newcastle’s Dwight Gayle, though he is currently sidelined through injury.
Crystal Palace have bolstered their striker options this summer with the addition of Michy Batshuayi on loan from Chelsea.
But they are keen to offload Christian Benteke and have also brought in extra funds by agreeing a deal to sell Alexander Sorloth to Trabzonspor.
The Norwegian frontman was midway through a two-year loan at the Turkish club who had an option to buy him permanently for £5.5m next summer.
As a result Palace had to strike a deal with Trabzonspor in order to sell him, with the two clubs deciding to split the £20m fee.
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The chairman has just issued a key update on social mediaThe forward has been the subject of fierce transfer interest this summer following his hugely successful loan stint at Swansea City last term.
Sorloth was the subject of tentative interest from Tottenham but chairman Daniel Levy was reluctant to spend a significant sum on a player who had struggled in England.
Sorloth joined Palace for around £9m in January 2018 but scored just one League Cup goal in 20 appearances for the Selhurst Park club.
Meanwhile, right-back Nathaniel Clyne is back training with Crystal Palace for the rest of September as he bids to regain full fitness.
Clyne, who began his career at Palace before moves to Southampton and Liverpool, is a free agent after leaving the champions this summer.
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The striker is the subject of interest of a host of clubs including Palace, Sheffield United and Aston Villa. As reported by The Sun, Palace is Brewster's preferred destination.The striker is the subject of interest of a host of clubs including Palace, Sheffield United and Aston Villa.