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Liverpool Bite Back Over German Club's Pursuit Of Rhian Brewster

Liverpool Bite Back Over German Club's Pursuit Of Rhian Brewster
By Eoin Lyons

Liverpool football club have cancelled a pre-season friendly with Borussia Monchengladbach after the German club's attempts to sign Reds striker Rhian Brewster. The Reds had arranged a game with the Bundesliga side to be played in Anfield on August 7th, but according to Times correspondent Paul Joyce, the German's interest in Brewster has put paid to these plans:

Breswter joined Liverpool from Chelsea in 2015 and has been tipped for great things with at Anfield. The 18-year-old was a prominent player for England U17s last year as they won the U17 World Cup, the striker scoring eight goals and winning the Golden Boot.

Liverpool fans have backed their clubs decision to cancel the match in the wake of the news:

Other fans have met the news with cynicism, citing the Liverpool's stance as hypocritical given that they were in hot water earlier in the year for tapping up players themselves.

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In April Liverpool were fined £100,000 and banned from signing academy players from English league clubs for two years after being found guilty of tapping up a schoolboy from Stoke City:

 

 

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