Rhian Brewster has playfully told Chelsea forward Callum Hudson-Odoi to make a switch to Liverpool.
The 18-year-old Hudson-Odoi is rated as one of the most promising talented players in Europe, having enjoyed a breakthrough campaign at Stamford Bridge last year.
The teenage attacker has played 24 first-team games for the west London club before his season was cut short following his ankle injury.
England international forward is closing in on a return and posted a video of himself performing some tricks in the Blues 2019-20 kit last week
The English forward has been locked in talks with the Blues over a new deal and the Blues loanee Trevoh Chalobah replied to the tweet with: ‘Sign it.’
Brewster, who has also played with Hudson-Odoi regularly with England’s under-age groups, then responded: ‘At Liverpool.’ Speaking at the end of last month,
The 18-year-old forward insisted his injury rehabilitation was going well and suggested he could make a return after the international break. Speaking to Sky Sports, he said: ‘Recovery has gone really well, I feel good so hopefully, I’ll be back after the international break.
‘It was something that I was scared would take longer but recovery has gone really well and quick for myself and I’m happy everything has gone to plan.’
On playing under the West London club hero Frank Lampard, Odoi added: ‘He’s a top manager, I’ve said it since the start.
‘He’s there’ he’s giving youth a chance, he’s said if we work hard and believe in ourselves we’ll get the chance so that’s what we’re trying to do.
‘Everyone is more positive now in the camp, all the young players have been boosted by him coming, he’s says a lot of things that will make the young boys want to work hard, make them push themselves to get to the first-team.’