It’s safe to say when Andy Robertson joined Liverpool, nobody expected the defender to become this good.
The Scotsman signed for the Reds following relegation with Hull City in the summer of 2017, and two years later it’s not crazy to suggest that Robertson is one of the best left-backs in world football.
Robertson has been a revelation in Merseyside and has made Liverpool fans forget about the years of having Alberto Moreno as a starting player for the club, and with a Premier League title decider fast approaching and a second Champions League final on the horizon, the former Hull man will have to bring his A game for the remaining two fixtures.
But, after limping off in the semi-final against Barcelona, Robertson could find himself on the bench or even in the stands as their vital clash with Wolves may come too soon, according to Telegraph.
It would be disastrous if he isn’t fit enough to take part.
Robertson has made the fifth most appearances out of any player in the Liverpool team this season and has been a mainstay in both the Premier League and Champions League runs, and losing a player of that importance ahead of Jurgen Klopp’s biggest game of the season will be a massive loss.
No Robertson means James Milner will have to come in for the Scottish international, which could see Liverpool lose a major threat down the left wing, and with potentially no Mohamed Salah or Roberto Firmino for the game against Wolves as well, it could be hard for the Reds to find goals.
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