Liverpool ace set to be handed a new long term deal
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The player’s wages will almost be doubled

Liverpool signed Andrew Robertson for £10 million from Hull City last summer, signing a 4 year contract. His transfer fee looks a snip after he proved himself one of the best full-backs in the Premier League.

Glasgow-born player, who has been capped 22 caps by Scotland, made his debut for Queen’s Park aged 18 before moving to Tannadice the following season.

The 24 year old was not expected to challenge for a first team spot immediately after his arrival at the club. But after a string of impressive performances during the initial stages of the campaign, he established himself as the first choice left back for the Reds.

The defender was criticized for his defensive abilities during his time with Hull but improved that side of the game a lot. He was solid for the Premier League giants throughout the campaigns and earned many plaudits for his impressive displays.

The Scotland International featured regularly for the club last season, making 22 Premier League appearances and providing 5 assists. He also helped the team to reach the Champions League final, where thy were beaten 3-1 by Real Madrid back in May.

Liverpool are set to hand Robertson a big pay rise after his impressive debut season at Anfield reports Mirror.

Despite still having 3 years left on his current contract, Jurgen Klopp and Anfield’s technical staff have moved to extend his stay on Merseyside already with plans to almost doubles his wages.

The full-back’s proposed new deal will see him pocket more £60,000 a week and is expected to be a very key player for the English side this season. They had an excellent transfer window as they added Fabinho, Alisson Becker, Xherdan Shaqiri and Naby Keita.

Anfield Outfit made an excellent start to the Premier League campaign, beating West Ham United 4-0 with Robertson also assisting a goal.

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