Celtic target Rhian Brewster looks like he’s decided on his future – and it’s not good news for the Hoops.
It was reported back in April that the Scottish champions were interested in signing the highly-rated English youth international, either on loan or on a permanent deal.
Brewster is yet to put pen to paper on a professional contract at Liverpool and that has put several top teams on alert about his club future – with Celtic being one of them.
But everything coming out of Liverpool now is that Brewster is happy. And this update from Bleacher Report’s Dean Jones suggests the youngster – who won the Golden Boot and Bronze Ball awards as England won the U17 World Cup last year – is happy where he is:
Am told Rhian Brewster not expecting to make a permanent move away from Liverpool, despite interest in him
— Dean Jones (@DeanJonesBR) July 13, 2018
Now this doesn’t count Celtic out completely as the opportunity to sign him on loan is likely still there for the Hoops.
But it suggests he’ll sign a permanent deal with Liverpool – and at least commit to the English giants for the next three years.