Arsenal are known for their huge trust in youngsters over the years but a move for Liverpool’s 18-year-old striker Rhian Brewster is not a good one from the North London club.
The Gunners are rich in the final third of the pitch as they possess one of the deadliest strikers in the world if Emery could make perfect use of the players at his disposal.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Danny Welbeck, Alexander Lacazette, Mkhitaryan are all in the club and that could prevent the youngster from getting regular first-team actions in the upcoming season which won’t be good for his development.
Brewster broke to limelight after his eye-catching performances at the 2017 U-17 world cup, where he won the best player and the top scorer’s award to help the young three Lions to their first major trophy at the cadet level.
Though he started his career in Chelsea as a kid, Brewster made his move to the Merseyside club after the tournament and he has been improving with the Reds over time.
Unai Emery should be looking elsewhere for huge reinforcement to this attacking line, as it appears the youngster is not ready to be leading striker for a club as huge as the Gunners.
At the moment, Klopp is thinking of sending the 18-year-old to a loan to a club where he would be guaranteed of much playing time so as to continue his pacy development in the game.