What next for Liverpool’s Tom Brewitt?


Defender will be released after 10 years with the club, but what next for the 20-year-old? Sam May takes a look.

Liverpool-born Brewitt is out of contract at the end of the month, and will not be retained by the Reds. He will now be seeking a new club as he looks to forge a career in the Football League.

The former England youth international posted on his Instagram page: “Time to announce that I’ll be leaving LFC after 10 years. From joining as a 10 year old I have had countless unforgettable experiences making lot of special memories and some real friends in both players and coaches along the way.

“My goal when I joined was and always will be to play at the highest level whatever path that takes me down. Now it’s time to take the next step, into my senior career. Hopefully one day I’ll be back.”

Brewitt, who previously captained Liverpool’s Under-18s, made three appearances at Premier League 2 level this term.

A team in the Championship, League One or Two will no doubt be running the rule of the scouser. Last season, Port Vale were interested in Brewitt’s signature and may return for the centre back on a permanent deal.

Former Villains manager Bruno Ribeiro secured the services of Reds defender Sam Hart on-loan last season, but a move for Brewitt could be unlikely following the managers departure last Christmas.

Chesterfield have also previously been linked with a move, but it remains unclear whether they will consider the player once more.

Meanwhile, Liverpool have confirmed Adam Phillips will also leave the club, following a number of injuries that has hampered his career. The 19-year-old midfielder who part of the pre-season tour of the USA in 2014.


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