Jurgen Klopp: I’m Not Lied, It’s Hard to Agree to Rhian Brewster’s Transfer

Brewster failed to appear stunning and was pulled out in the early minutes of the second half when Sheffield beat Liverpool 2-1 last weekend.

Liverpool manager, Jurgen Klopp, admits that the club made a difficult decision when selling young striker Rhian Brewster (20 years).

Brewster was released to Sheffield United in the transfer market this summer for £ 26 million. That figure also makes him the most expensive player in the history of The Blades.

Promoted to Liverpool’s first team since 2017, Brewster is not trusted to appear regularly. In the second half of last season, the England U-21 national team player performed well during his loan spell with Championship club Swansea City.

“There is one change at Sheffield United which of course makes them even more dangerous. Yes, it’s because of the arrival of Rhian Brewster, “said Klopp, recently.

“Our players, ours. This decision will always be a problem in our hearts. But on the pitch, he’s a Sheffield United player. Anyone who knows Rhian [Brewster] will realize that the sentimental impression will still be felt strongly. “

“It is impossible for me to underestimate my love, respect and admiration for Rhi. A very special man on and off the pitch. I will not lie, agreeing to a transfer is very difficult. “

“He is a natural goalscorer. It’s in his DNA. He is a coach’s dream because he is eager to learn, but also a milestone of positive energy. “

“He’s had really hard times with us, but throughout that time he’s never lost confidence and he’s always been someone who will light up the room, even when he’s going through tough times.”

“We miss him, but we are happy he has found a fantastic home at Sheffield United,” he concluded.

Most recently, Liverpool successfully beat Sheffield with a score of 2-1 in the sixth week of the English Premier League at Anfield on Sunday (25/10) WIB.

Liverpool goals were scored by Roberto Firmino (41 ‘) and Diogo Jota (64’). While Sheffield’s goal came via Sander Berge’s penalty kick (13 ‘).

In that match, Brewster appeared as a starter in a duet with Oli McBurnie on the Sheffield front lines. However, the last name failed to appear tricky and was pulled out since the 54th minute.



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