Not defending the amounts involved but Brewster's 10 goals came in 19 starts and he is an England U17 World Cup winner where he was top scorer in the competition and has been highly rated all the way through. Obviously it hasn't worked out for him at Sheffield United as of yet. If he was playing up front for Villa, who knows? Obviously Ollie has more experience. Every transfer is a gamble to some extent and there is no single route to success as Ollie has shown, as Kane had shown, as Rashford has shown.Interesting isn't it. Media was full of people questioning the wisdom of shelling out £28m for Ollie Watkins from the Championship, whereas comparatively there wasn't a peep about 23.5m for Brewster, a Liverpool reserve with no goals in 14 appearances and just 10 Championship goals on loan.