Merseyside giants Liverpool are considering the possibility of selling striker Rhian Brewster in this transfer window.
According to Sky Sports, Liverpool are contemplating the idea of selling the 20-year-old striker and that a buyback clause will be inserted into his contract in the event that they arrive at the decision to sell him.
Rhian Brewster performed very well during his loan spell at Welsh club Swansea City during the second half of the last campaign. His goals propelled Swansea City to the English Championship playoffs before they were beaten by Brentford in the semi-finals of the playoffs.
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Several clubs are in the running to sign him from Liverpool this summer either on loan or permanently.
Crystal Palace, Newcastle United and Fulham are some of the clubs that have been mentioned as interested teams for the England junior international.
Rhian Brewster has been in fine form since returning to Liverpool this summer from his previously mentioned loan spell at Swansea City.
He came off the bench to score twice and rescue a 2-2 draw for Liverpool in a friendly match with Austrian side Red Bull Salzburg at the end of last month before his costly penalty miss in the Community Shield. Arsenal beat Liverpool 5-4 on penalties during the shootout as a result after both teams had drawn 1-1 at the end of 90 minutes.