Liverpool bounced back from their disappointing draw against the Saints at Anfield to absolutely rip West Ham United apart in their own back yard.
The Reds are on the verge of qualifying for the Champions League and after achieving that goal, they must hire the services of top stars to reinforce their team for next season.
According to Mirror, Liverpool have clinched the deal to sign Andrew Robertson from Hull City, who were relegated to the Championship after getting hammered by Crystal Palace at the weekend.
Manager Jurgen Klopp converted James Milner into a fullback and effectively used him in the LB position this season. The former Man City man has been solid at the back but his crossing ability is average.
The former Borussia Dortmund boss has been looking to sign a natural left back to solve the conundrum for a long time and as per the provided Mirror link, the German boss has won the race to sign the 23-year-old star. The Reds are expected to announce his capture when the transfer window opens.
Mirror have not mentioned any fee that Liverpool may have agreed with Hull City but there were reports last month (Daily Mail) which suggested that the Merseysiders are looking to agree a deal worth 8 million pounds for the Scottish defender.
Liverpool need a proven quality left back, who could replace Milner in the starting XI but is the former Dundee player good enough?
Andrew has so far featured in 38 games in all competitions for the Tigers this season, scored one goal and provided three assists. Not to forget, Hull have conceded 73 goals in 37 league games this season and Robertson has featured in 32 of them.
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