Premier League champions Liverpool are set to lose the services of young striker Rhian Brewster as the England junior international is expected to leave before the transfer market shuts.
Independent revealed that fellow Premier League side Sheffield United are leading the race to sign Brewster and that Blades boss Chris Wilder has already held discussions with his Liverpool counterpart Jurgen Klopp over the player.
Crystal Palace and Brighton and Hove Albion are the other Premier League sides keen to sign Rhian Brewster whom Liverpool have placed a £25m transfer fee on his head.
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The Reds sent Rhian Brewster on loan to Swansea City during the second half of the last campaign and the striker showed his quality with 10 goals in 20 appearances for the Welsh team.
His goals fired Swansea City into the Championship playoffs before they were eliminated in the semi-finals by Brentford.
Rhian Brewster continued that form into this season as he scored twice in the first friendly game played by the Reds vs Red Bull Salzburg.
The young attacker is available for a transfer following the arrival of Diogo Jota last week.
Jota, 23, is ahead of Rhian Brewster in the attacking positions after his multi-million pounds move from Wolves.