Robertson has missed Liverpool’s opening two video games of the season due to an ankle damage
Liverpool left-back Andy Robertson has signed a brand new cope with the membership which runs till the summer time of 2026.
The 27-year-old Scotland captain joined the Reds from Hull in July 2017 for an preliminary payment of £8m and has made 177 appearances for the Anfield membership.
Robertson follows Trent Alexander-Arnold, Fabinho, Alisson and Virgil van Dijk in extending his contract with Liverpool this summer time.
“I wish to keep at this membership for so long as doable,” stated Robertson.
“It is at all times a contented time for me, for my household. We’re settled right here, we love every little thing about this soccer membership and I am glad that the journey is continuous.”
Robertson has received the Premier League, Champions League, Fifa Membership World Cup and Uefa Tremendous Cup throughout his time at Liverpool.
His begin to this season has been hampered by ankle ligament harm he suffered in a pre-season pleasant in opposition to Athletic Bilbao.
It has resulted in him lacking Liverpool’s first two video games of the Premier League season – victories over Norwich Metropolis and Burnley.
Robertson stated the damage was “nothing too main” and he has been named in Scotland’s squad for World Cup qualifiers subsequent month, which observe the Reds’ match in opposition to on Saturday at 17:30 BST.