Liverpool left-back Andy Robertson has brazenly admitted he’d like to complete his profession with the Reds, however has now revealed a “dream” various if that’s not doable.
The Scotsman has been a revelation since becoming a member of the membership for a mere £8 million in 2017, taking part in a key function in all the membership’s success below Jurgen Klopp.
Having received seven trophies in his 5 years on the membership, together with the Champions League and the Premier League, Robertson has gone on file as saying he’d ideally like to stick with the Reds for the remainder of his profession.
It was a protracted street to the highest for the Glasgow-born defender, who was launched by Celtic earlier than his fifteenth birthday, earlier than ultimately making a reputation for himself with Dundee United.
Celtic stays a membership near his coronary heart, and the Scotland captain admits he would contemplate returning to his boyhood membership if he was unable to see out his taking part in profession on Merseyside.
“Each time I watch Celtic, I contemplate it,” Robertson informed BT’s Currie Club podcast when requested if he’d ever contemplate returning to Parkhead.
“While you watch them and see a packed Celtic Park, as a fan you at all times have that dream, that’s a reality, however it’s a must to weigh up whether or not it’s lifelike or not.
“I’ve at all times been open and stated, ideally, I wish to end my profession right here at Liverpool. If I can keep on the high of my recreation, on the high of the tree my entire profession, that’s the route I wish to go down.
“But in addition, after I have a look at Celtic and after I was rising up, I used to be pondering I wished to offer them my finest years.
“Now I don’t wish to go as a 34 or 35-year-old outdated man that my uncles begin hating on me as a result of I can’t transfer any extra! Time will inform. I’m very a lot an individual who lives within the second.
“I don’t look too far forward and I don’t typically look again. There will probably be a time for that.”
Robertson is presently sidelined with a knee damage sustained within the Reds’ Champions League defeat to Napoli earlier this month.
The flying full-back has been excellent since his arrival from Hull City, and if he retains his excessive ranges within the coming years, it will be no actual shock to see him keep at Liverpool for many, if not all, of the rest of his profession.
Nonetheless, if that’s not the case, who might begrudge him the possibility to return to Glasgow?