Ryan Brewster, Mohamed Salah’s companion in Liverpool, became the historic deal for Sheffield, with an estimated transfer value of 25.9 million pounds, according to press reports, to skip the previous deals of the club owned by a Saudi administration, where the highest previous deals were the player Sander Berg, who joined from the Belgian Genk in Summer 2019, with a sum of 24 million euros, and after that was Aaron Ramsdale, the Bournemouth goalkeeper, who joined early this season with 20.5 million euros.
Sheffield declared in his official statement: “Once again we broke the number of the most expensive deal in club history.”
The English network “The Athletic” explained that the Liverpool administration has set two items, the first is 15% of the player’s resale, and the second is entitlement to purchase for up to 3 years.
Brewster is 20 years old and played for Liverpool for 5 seasons, during which time he was an academy player.
Brewster also participated in four matches with the first team for Liverpool, and his debut for the Reds was in the League Cup match against MK Dons in September 2019.
He is also the winner of the Golden Boot award at the 2017 World Cup, after scoring 8 goals and helping England win the FIFA U-17 World Cup.
Brewster was loaned in the second half of last season to Swansea City, scoring 11 goals in 22 matches for the team in the First Division.
Rhian Brewster is a Blade. ✍️ pic.twitter.com/rqrIZMHB5b
— Sheffield United (@SheffieldUnited) October 2, 2020