According to Sky Sports, Liverpool are in talks with Hull City over the signing of Andrew Robertson, and are set to conclude a deal imminently.
A fee that could rise to £10million has been agreed between Liverpool and Hull, for the signing of left-back Andrew Robertson, according to reports.
The Scottish international will be Liverpool’s third signing of the summer, with Mohammed Salah and Dominic Solanke also joining the Reds.
Liverpool have been in the hunt for a left-back for some time, and would hope that 23-year-old Robertson represents a solution that could last for a decade or more.
Dissapointing, but so were many of the players who donned Hull City jerseys during a frustrating campaign on Humberside.
However, Robertson was still an ever present for the Tigers and featured 39 times in all competitions for the eventually relegated side.
While the 23-year-old may not be the marquee name that Reds fans were hoping for this summer, the Scotsman is a significant upgrade on the clubs’ current options at left-back.
Alberto Moreno has had three seasons to prove his Premier League worth and so far, he has been found wanting. And while James Milner proved an able deputy in the position, the player himself knows that he is offers far more in midfield.
However, Robertson is an out-and-out full-back, with a great left foot, pace and impressive defensive abilities. Despite all of the big name arrivals in the Premier League this summer, a deal for Robertson could well be one of the best additions that Liverpool have made in a long time.