Today, Liverpool will Move Closer to Signing Another Player

Jurgen Klopp DortmundLiverpool have so far signed attacking players like Dominic Solanke and Mohamed Salah and they must focus on strengthening their back line.
If reports in the media are anything to go by then the Merseysiders will move closer to agreeing the signing of a new left back today.
According to the Times, Hull City defender, Andrew Robertson is set to undergo a medical at Liverpool today after the Reds and the Tigers agreed a fee worth 10 million pounds for his transfer.
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In the last campaign, Jurgen Klopp opted to bench Spanish international Alberto Moreno and preferred James Milner, a natural midfiedler, to start in the left back position. Will that change after the arrival of Robertson?
Milner was consistently good in the left back position for the Merseysiders last season. On the other hand, Robertson was not really effective for a team that got relegated from the top flight last season.
The 23-year-old Scottish international played 39 games in all competitions for Hull in the last campaign, scored one goal and provided three assists.
In your opinion, is Andrew good enough to replace Milner and become Klopp’s first choice left back?

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  1. Avatar ANDRE says:

    Definitely not! And James Milner would get more game time as defender!

  2. Avatar Monkam Kenglang says:

    Milner is better to him. Better we could have bought hector from koln.

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