LIVERPOOL kid Rhian Brewster has joined forces with the F2 Freestylers.
Football tricksters Jeremy Lynch and Billy Wingrove have over 18million social media fans across YouTube, Facebook and Instagram.
Rhian Brewster has teamed up with the F2 Freestylers[/caption]
And now the boys set up “F2 Revolution” to enhance their commercial appeal –with rising English star Brewster part of their team.
Kop kid Brewster,18, is currently recovering from a long-term ankle injury and is looked after by “F2 Talent” agent Leon Anderson.
They have all come together to bring their skills, brands and commercial power together to form a new agency.
With the England Under-17 World Cup winner on board, the company are looking to recruit the next generation of footballers.
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The Independent say the move has raised eyebrows in the football agency world, for a high-profile young player to be on board with such a new company.
Lynch launched his career in the documentary “In The Hands of The Gods” the story five young freestylers journey across the USA and South America to meet their hero Diego Maradona.
Wingrove got to the semi-finals of Nike freestyle tournament in 2003.
The pair met in seven years ago and started performing together at the F2 freestylers.
F2 Talent negotiated Brewster’s first professional contract at Anfield, despite huge interest from Arsenal, Tottenham, Paris Saint-Germain and Juventus.
Brewster is expected to be fit at the end of the year and will look to push for a place in Jurgen Klopp’s squad on his return to action.