Liverpool may have already signed Daniel Sturridge replacement

Liverpool are not short of players in any aspect of their squad. Klopp  is not expected to sign any player this term but the Reds have been heavily linked with one or two players.

According to emerging reports, Liverpool have decided against signing a new striker and they will put their faith in young English sensation Rhian Brewster.

Brewster joined Chelsea from Liverpool in 2015. The decision to leave Chelsea stemmed from the fact that his father believed he’d easily break into the first team of the Reds as they give chances to youngster.

The youngster has been called by Jurgen Klopp to join the first team and he’s even featured on the bench in a League game against Crystal Palace. He is currently one of the important players for the B team of Liverpool and he’s highly rated by Klopp.

The striker traveled with the Liverpool team that got defeated by Barcelona in the semi-final of the Champions League  at Camp Nou and he was also on the bench in the return leg that saw the Reds stun Barca.

The departure of Daniel Sturridge from Anfield has left a void place in the squad of Klopp and it appears that Brewster will be the man to replace his compatriot.

Brewster is expected to join the first team of the Liverpool from next season and because of him, Klopp may not be signing a replacement for Sturridge.