Liverpool supporters in the Transfer Tavern are content with the arrival of Scottish left-back Andrew Robertson.
The 23-year-old has spent the past three seasons with the Tigers, testifying his worth as one of their most significant players.
Despite being relatively young, the full-back has already registered 202 career appearances, scoring a decent total of 12 goals in the process.
His presence will also provide James Milner with sincere competition, a factor that could elevate the standard of his performances.
The Scottish international is widely recognised for his ability to function in almost any position on the left flank.
With the obvious exception of LW, Robertson possesses capacity to play at left-back and left-midfield.
In addition to his valuable versatility, the Hull full-back exhibits great attacking influence.
His passing and dribbling skills are especially accomplished, and he also displays great caution when approaching his defensive responsibilities.
It’s incredibly rare to see the Scotsman commit to a challenge recklessly.
However, as is the case with most players, aspects of his game are in need of improvement.
Despite being a defender, Robertson’s ability to tackle isn’t particularly impressive.
Also, the former Dundee United player must become more dominant in the air; he often loses out in aerial duels.
At the age of 23, there is considerable time for the full-back to improve on the qualities above.
Under Klopp’s guidance, he could become a truly fantastic player.
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