Andrew Robertson looks set to become Liverpool’s first signing of the summer transfer market with Jurgen Klopp reportedly having won the race for the defender.
The signing of the Hull City left-back will be announced when the window opens, according to the Mirror.
Robertson’s arrival will undoubtedly bolster Klopp’s full-back options and, in turn, mark the Reds going someway towards addressing a priority position.
His experience in England’s top flight and his potential at just 23-years-old is what will have attracted Klopp and given him reason to believe he can be an immediate replacement for stand in full-back James Milner, who would most likely move back into midfield.
The Scotland international’s supposedly imminent introduction sparks questions over Liverpool’s pursuit of Fulham teenager Ryan Sessegnon, who the club have been targeting as a candidate to be a long-term left-back for years to come.
If a deal were to materialise, Robertson would pose as one of many new faces to join the club this summer with Klopp set to be given the largest transfer budget in Liverpool’s history.