Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp is reportedly in no rush to make a final decision over the future of Rhian Brewster.
After failing to earn regular action at the club, Brewster was allowed to link up with Championship side Swansea City in January, going on to contribute 11 goals from 22 matches in England’s second tier.
However, with the 20-year-old ace having impressed during his time at the Liberty Stadium, it remains to be seen whether Rhian has done enough to earn opportunities with the Premier League giants.
According to the Liverpool Echo, Jurgen has no intention of making any immediate decisions with regards to the England youth international’s next move.
The report suggests that Rhian will be given the chance to make an impact in training before the start of the next season.
If Brewster is allowed to leave on loan, the German tactician will likely look to send the prospect to another Premier League side.
Meantime, Liverpool are allegedly preparing a move for Bournemouth defender Lloyd Kelly after missing out on the defender 12 months ago when the ace was at Bristol City.
The newly-crowned Premier League champions were alerted to his potential after the youngster broke into Bristol City’s senior team back in 2017 but were beaten to his signature by Bournemouth the previous summer.
The Cherries sealed a £13million deal for Kelly and Eddie Howe has backed the 21-year-old talent to ‘go right to the top’ despite a frustrating maiden season at the Vitality Stadium plagued by ankle, thigh and hamstring problems.