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Six PL clubs make enquiries for Liverpool striker Brewster after impressive Swansea loan

Rhian Brewster is reportedly attracting interest from several Premier League clubs with six top-flight sides having registered an interest in signing the young Liverpool forward on loan.

Brewster has returned to the Premier League champions following a hugely impressive loan spell at Swansea during the second half of last season, the 20-year-old scoring 11 times in 22 appearances to fire the South Wales side into the Championship play-offs.

Jurgen Klopp is currently running the rule over the England youth international during Liverpool‘s pre-season training camp in Austria, as he decides how Brewster’s development is best served heading into the new season.

According to the Liverpool Echo, Liverpool have received enquiries from six top-flight sides about the possibility of loaning Brewster, with the Merseyside club keen for the forward to play regular football at the highest level if he is to enjoy another temporary spell away from Anfield.

Newcastle, Aston Villa, Burnley, Brighton and Crystal Palace are all interested in the player, whilst newly-promoted Fulham are also keen to sign Brewster following his exploits in the second tier last season.

Relegated trio Bournemouth, Norwich and Watford have also made approaches, though it is understood Liverpool will only consider offers from Premier League sides or teams playing in a leading European league.

Brewster is yet to make his Premier League debut but has featured three times for the first-team in cup competition, and will be hoping to impress Klopp during Liverpool’s pre-season training camp as he bids to earn a place in the senior squad.

The Reds are considering their attacking options at present after withdrawing from the race to sign Timo Werner from RB Leipzig earlier this summer amid financial restrictions, whilst Divock Origi has also been linked with a potential move away in search of more regular first-team football.

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