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Despite a lack of top-flight experience, Brewster is highly rated and tipped for big things in the Premier League.
Game time will be too hard to come by at Anfield given the strong competition for a place in the Reds’ team.
Roberto Firmino will always be prioritised up front in the champions’ starting XI.
As a result, he has looked for a move away, and Chris Wilder’s early-season strugglers are finally on course to land their man.
The Blades have been chasing Brewster for several weeks alongside Crystal Palace.
And adder their three successive Premier League defeats at the start of the 2020/21 campaign, during which Sheffield United have failed to score, a £23m bid has been lodged for Brewster.
According to The Sun , Liverpool are ready to accept the offer for the 20-year-old, who shone on loan at Swansea in the Championship last term.
Brewster has been lined up to provide the firepower and goals Sheffield United are clearly lacking at present.
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While they excelled in their first season back in the top flight, the Blades are eager to avoid a ‘second-season syndrome’ situation this time around.
Liverpool have been pushing for a buy-back clause in any deal for Brewster.
Sheffield United have agreed to the inclusion of one, while Palace did not offer the same.
Brewster is now set to sort out his potential contract at Bramall Lane in talks with Wilder.
Following a meeting with Klopp, Brewster knew he had to quit Liverpool, especially having been out of the first-team squad since they returned to Premier League action earlier this month.