As reports suggest that Liverpool may be willing to allow Rhian Brewster to leave the club permanently this window – as opposed to a loan deal – our traders have priced up where his next destination may be.
Paddy Power have listed Crystal Palace as the favourites to secure his signature, with several Premier League clubs reportedly interested, too.
In the second-favourite spot are Aston Villa who are said to have agreed a deal worth up to £33m for Brentford striker Ollie Watkins and Sheffield United who are desperate for striker who can score with regularity.
Wolves are always on the lookout for top young talent and are, at the time of writing, the same price as Leeds who are in the market for pacy, skilful forwards to suit Marcelo Bielsa’s pleasing style.
Newcastle reportedly expressed their interest in the 20-year-old star but are by no means the favourites for the young English striker. Swansea, where Brewster spent time on loan last term, are next in our list.
If you fancy him to try his luck abroad, hipster duo Borussia Dortmund and Roma also get a price, albeit quite long ones.
Selling Brewster could drum up funds for the purchase of Bayern Munich’s Thiago Alcantara, who is odds-on favourite to join the Premier League champions, with Barcelona second favs ahead of Manchester United.
Spokesman Paddy Power said: “Although it initially looked like Liverpool starlet Rhian Brewster would only be allowed to leave the club on-loan, a more permanent deal now looks possible, and it’s Crystal Palace that lead the race to sign him.
“Though it could be good news for the signing of Thiago – which looks more likely than ever according to the odds.”
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