A deal has been agreed in principle for Brewster to sign his first professional contract with the Reds but the youngster wants to iron out some issues before signing
Although the 18-year-old striker has agreed his first professional contract with the Reds in principle, talks between Brewster’s representatives and the club are still going on.
SunSport has revealed that one of the issues Brewster is seeking clarity on is his ability to challenge for a place in the first team next season.
And as a result of these ongoing talks, the French champions have reportedly registered their interest in Brewster – who won the Under-17 World Cup with England in October 2017.
It is understood Brewster is not looking to cash in on signing his first deal and the club will have to convince him there is a pathway to Jurgen Klopp’s set-up.
Juve are monitoring the situation despite securing the £99.2million signing of Cristiano Ronaldo from Real Madrid.
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Arsenal and Tottenham have also checked on his availability while talks with Liverpool have continued amid uncertainty over his future.
The youngster has made big career decisions in his career already after leaving Chelsea to move to Merseyside aged 14.
He has seen some of his contemporaries’ careers stall after committing to long-term deals and is cautious not to allow the same thing to happen to him over the new few vital years.