Young Liverpool forward Ben Woodburn is likely to be looking for another loan option for the second half of the season, having had his spell at Sheffield United cut short due to a lack of game-time in Chris Wilder’s side.
The Liverpool Echo is reporting that Liverpool are considering a host of offers from Championship clubs for the player, with the Welsh international on the comeback trail following an ankle injury.
So which Championship club would best suit Woodburn?
“I have a feeling it’d be Brentford.
“Looking back, the diminutive attacker was always going to struggle in the organised chaos of the Sheffield United side.
“Brentford play stylish, attacking football where attacking midfielders are utilised to their fullest.”
“He needs somewhere to play where he is the big fish, the main man.
“Like Harry Wilson and Mason Mount have been at Derby.
“The former did well at Hull last season, Woodburn could do the same this time around.”
“I know he’s just failed at Sheffield United, but I think Leeds could benefit from having him on board in the coming months.
“Woodburn is an exciting forward player and Leeds would benefit from his spark.
“Admittedly, he wouldn’t be a guaranteed starter, but he’d get more game time than he did at Bramall Lane.”
“There are clutch of clubs that could well be interesting in his signature.
“So, it is hard to pin down just one club.
“I would imagine a side like in the middle of the pack might be worth a move to.
“If Neal Maupay leaves Brentford, possibly there, could be a good should, or a side like Wigan could do with his presence if Will Grigg departs to Sunderland.”