YOUNG Liverpool star Rhian Brewster is wanted on loan by Sheffield United in a three-way fight.
The forward has been sensational for Swansea — his six goals since the restart have fired them into the Championship play-offs.
Swans are hoping Brewster, 20, could yet take them back to the Premier League — in which case they would ask for him to return for next season.
But Blades manager Chris Wilder wants to take him to Bramall Lane to add fresh legs and threat to his forward line.
United would have to convince Liverpool that Brewster will play often enough to justify the move.
However, the biggest threat to the loan switch is that Jurgen Klopp may opt to keep the England Under-21 ace and use him as cover for his attack.
Liverpool are yet to decide what to do with rising star Brewster next season but the youngster seems sure to be playing in the top flight.
Wilder has a chance of landing his man although Swansea missing out on promotion would be a bonus for his cause in the coming weeks.
Meanwhile, Sheffield United’s French forward Lys Mousset on his way to create a vacancy for Brewster.
And Blades keeper Jake Eastwood could move on loan by Bolton.
Wilder is looking for a new No 1 and may try his luck with an offer for Bournemouth’s Aaron Ramsdale if he cannot get Dean Henderson back from Manchester United on loan.