Liverpool will be confirming a deal for Andrew Robertson in the coming days, we imagine.
The Scot has left Hull City’s Portuguese training camp in order to finalise a transfer with ourselves and Sky Sports today claimed that a £10m fee had been agreed.
“News to bring you now from Liverpool and it came in the last hour or so,” reporter Dharmesh Sheth began…
“Sky Sources have told us they are in talks with Hull City over the left-back Andy Robertson.
“It’s understood Robertson has flown home from the club’s tour of Portugal.
“A separate source claims a fee, that could rise to £10million, has been agreed.”
— Sky Sports News (@SkySportsNews) July 18, 2017
Robertson will likely replace Alberto Moreno as James Milner’s left-back understudy, but with European and League Cup football to play at the start of the season, he’ll have plenty of chances to make the spot his own…
Unlike Milner, Robertson is quick, left-footed and a natural defender – but the Englishman is our vice-captain and his experience and consistency is important to the team.
We’re happy them to fight it out, in truth, as we are with Nathaniel Clyne and Trent Alexander-Arnold on the other side.