Sheffield United have just announced the signing of promising Liverpool centre-forward Rhian Brewster on a permanent deal with a record £25.3 fee (speculations).
Rhian Brewster leaves Anfield and Liverpool. The 20-year old and sought-after England striker made the decision to join Sheffield United.
Brewster who recently was handed call-ups from England’s U21s quits Liverpool to put an end to a five-years stay with the Reds. He made 34 appearances with Liverpool’s first team and youth side combined last season and scored 16 goals and provided 1 assist.
“Rhian Brewster has completed a deal to join Sheffield United on a permanent transfer, Liverpool Football Club can confirm.” Liverpool wrote on their official website.
On the other, Sheffield United welcome their new signing with a great enthusiasm.
“Rhian Brewster is a Blade,” United wrote on their site.
“United have again smashed the club’s record transfer fee to secure the services of the sought-after striker, patiently fighting off competition from Premier League rivals in the process.
Brewster has penned a five-year deal at Bramall Lane, with United agreeing a substantial, undisclosed fee with Liverpool for the services of the England U21 international and it’s a piece of business that has left Chris Wilder delighted.” they added.
Blades’ boss Chris Wilder also expressed delight with their attack signing. Calling Rhian Brewster “a natural goalscorer”.
“If you look at the signings we have made throughout the summer, it bodes well for the future of the football club. He’s a talent, as are a lot of the younger players we have brought in, whether that’s Oli Burke, Max Lowe, Jayden Bogle or Aaron Ramsdale, they are the profiles of the players we wanted to bring in during the summer, and we’re delighted we have done it,” Wilder said.
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He’s a natural goalscorer. He finishes from any aspect, whether it is in the air or whether it’s spectacular goals, free-kicks or off his shin – he has a lovely habit of scoring goals, which is crucial in the Premier League.” he added.