Last year, Liverpool signed Scottish international Andrew Robertson from Hull City and now the left back is one of the most important players in Jurgen Klopp’s squad. Reports suggest that the Merseysiders are ready to reward him with a new contract.
According to Mirror Sport, Liverpool have offered Robertson a new five year deal that will make him double his current wages and earn £120,000-a-week (£31.2million in five years).
The British source have mentioned that the offer is on the table and the player is set to put pen to paper.
Last season, Klopp preferred Moreno in his starting XI but in December 2017, the Spaniard suffered an injury and that helped Robertson cement his place in the team. He scored his debut goal and provided 5 assists in 22 league games and was impressive in the Champions League as well.
In the current campaign, the former Dundee United fullback has featured in 14 games in all competitions for the Reds and provided 4 assists.
Robertson is currently the captain of the senior international team and so far, he has made 26 appearances for them.
He has worked hard to impress Klopp and earn his place in the team. In all fairness, he deserves to get a bumper new deal.