Following his loan spell at Swansea, Liverpool striker Rhian Brewster is not clear as to what lies ahead for him.
Speaking on the Swansea Official website, Brewster said, “Maybe I’ll be part of it (Swansea next season), maybe I won’t, I honestly don’t know. But this has been an important period for me.”
It will be interesting to see what Jurgen Klopp decides to do with regards to Brewster. Does he come back and be part of the first team next season, or does he need another spell out on loan? There is no doubting the strikers talent and ability, he did get 11 goals in 22 games for Swansea.
Brewster went on to say, “I came to Swansea without any real first-team experience, I had played a couple of games for Liverpool in the cup, but this has been physically very hard.
“I have never done this before and after the restart we had a game every few days, and my body hasn’t been used to that.
“I think I have developed a lot, and my mind has as well, to keep going no matter what.”
The experience Brewster has gained during his time at Swansea is invaluable and I am sure it is exactly what Liverpool wanted the 20-year-old to gain.
Having missed out on signing Timo Werner, could Brewster be the backup option needed for the Reds front three of Mane, Salah and Firmino?