The starlet won the Golden Boot at the Under-17 World Cup in India, last October
Liverpool striker Rhian Brewster has signed a professional contract with Liverpool, according to reports.
The England Under-17 striker was reportedly considering a move to the Bundesliga, but is now set to stay with at Anfield.
According to The Telegraph, manager Jurgen Klopp and sporting director Michael Edwards were pivotal in convincing the 18-year-old to stay.
And now, he is set to sign a new, five-year deal at the club.
Brewster was originally concerned about his lack of first-team opportunities on Merseyside, but has reportedly been assured he will be allowed to prgress from the youth ranks quickly.
Despite being linked with several star names such as Olympique Lyonnais star Nabil Fekir and Roma goalkeeper Alisson Becker, signing Brewster down to a long-term contract is seen as a huge piece of business.
The young striker was the star of the tournament as the Three Lions won the Under-17 World Cup in India back in October.
He claimed the Golden Boot as England beat Spain in the final and is now set to make his Premier League debut this season.