Report: Villa observing Liverpool striker… and forward Guardiola named ‘common goalscorer’


As indicated by The Athletic, Aston Villa are watching out for Liverpool striker Rhian Brewster in front of a potential advance move in January, while Leicester City forward Kelechi Iheanacho is likewise being viewed.

The Nigerian universal was the saint for the Foxes yesterday, falling off the seat to give a help and score in their 2-1 win against Everton.

Estate are searching for a quality finisher equipped for giving spread and solid challenge to Wesley, and the previously mentioned team could be focused on the off chance that they become accessible.

Brewster, 19, is yet to play a Premier League game for Liverpool this term, and the Anfield outfit are prepared to advance the youth out.

Iheanacho’s absence of normal playing minutes could see him look for an impermanent exit in January, yet his heroics at the King Power Stadium yesterday could make a huge difference as he certainly dazzled chief Brendan Rodgers and could help support their main four aspirations and potential title challenge.

Estate could do with either man given the potential and various styles of play they bring to the table, however the Midlands outfit are additionally observing different advances over Europe’s top classes.

While he has scored four objectives since his late spring appearance from Club Brugge for £22 million, Wesley has gone six games without one, and director Dean Smith figures a quality forward matching him for his beginning billet would benefit him.

Liverpool’s Brewster will be more than anxious to substantiate himself whenever marked, and Kelechi – who Pep Guardiola once named a “characteristic goalscorer” during his time at Manchester City – could demonstrate to be only the perfect expansion expected to improve Villa’s fortune in the second 50% of the battle given his appetite.

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