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Rhian Brewster reveals why Jurgen Klopp blocked a loan move away from Liverpool in the summer

Rhian Brewster ahead of Liverpool's match against Leicester City
Rhian Brewster has made just one first-team look for Liverpool this season (Picture: Getty)

Rhian Brewster has revealed that Jurgen Klopp dismissed the concept of him leaving Liverpool on loan as he needs him to compete for a first-team place at Anfield.

The 19-year-old has made just one senior look for Liverpool since becoming a member of the membership from Chelsea in 2014, beginning in a 2-Zero win over MK Dons in the Carabao Cup in September.

Brewster was named on the substitutes bench for each of Liverpool’s matches in opposition to Chelsea in the Super Cup and Premier League however in any other case has didn’t make any matchday squads.

Despite his lack of first-team alternatives, although, Brewster is adamant that he is in the proper place to enhance, stating that Klopp has set out a plan for his improvement.

Jurgen Klopp and Rhian Brewster in conversation during Liverpool training
blocked a loan move for Rhian Brewster in the summer (Picture: Getty)

‘You’ve simply obtained to be affected person and wait on your flip,’ he advised Sky Sports. ‘Obviously the boss [Jurgen Klopp] has a plan for me and he knows what he’s doing, clearly.

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‘He’s been saying simply be affected person, you’re time will come and I’m simply ready and being affected person.’

When requested whether or not he may have left on loan, Brewster replied: ‘He [Klopp] mentioned no straight away which exhibits he has nice religion in me and needs to push me in the direction of the first-team

‘Obviously it’s arduous to get recreation time due to the entrance three as a result of they’re all wonderful gamers so it’s going to be tough however I’ve simply to maintain going.’

As in earlier seasons, Liverpool have relied upon Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino to spearhead the assault, with the trio scoring 12 league targets between them to date.

Brewster’s possibilities have been additional hampered by Divock Origi’s re-emergence over the previous 12-months with the Belgian establishing himself as Liverpool’s second-choice centre-forward.

The London-born ahead was in motion for England U21s throughout the worldwide break and he delivered a vigorous cameo look off the bench in a 5-1 win in opposition to Austria on Tuesday.

Brewster set-up Eddie Nketiah for his hat-trick purpose on the evening and in addition received a penalty which the Arsenal striker didn’t convert.

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