Football NewsAndrew Robertson reveals when his move from Liverpool to Celtic is due
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Scottish player Andrew Robertson is in no hurry to leave the Reds, but he has revealed when a move to Celtic would need to happen to fulfill his boyhood dream.


What did Robertson say?

Andy Robertson has admitted in the past that the opportunity to be the reigning Scottish Premiership champions would have an obvious appeal to him. The Scot, however, will be reluctant to return to his roots once he’s out of the league, making him an easy target for disgruntled family members – and still hopeful to see the rest of his career at Anfield.

The Scotland national team captain said that every time he watches Celtic, he looks at it. According to Andrew Robertson, when they watch them and see the packed Celtic Park, as a fan they always have this dream. Ideally, he wants to end his career here at Liverpool.

If Robertson can stay at the top of his game, at the top of the tree, for his entire career, that’s the path he wants to go down. But also when he looks at Celtic and growing up, he thought he wanted to give them his best years. When Andy was at Queen’s Park he dreamed of playing with Celtic and always dreamed of giving his best years to Celtic.

Robertson doesn’t want to go like a 34 or 35 year old guy that his uncles start to hate him because he can’t move anymore! Time will tell. Robertson says he doesn’t look too far ahead and doesn’t look back often. There will be time for this.


A little about Robertson

Andy joined the Reds from Hull City in the summer of 2017 and went on to make 232 appearances for the club – winning Champions League and Premier League titles along the way.

Andrew Robertson currently captains Scotland, but an unfortunate knee injury kept him out of the latest Nations League fixtures and also provided another untimely selection headache for Reds head coach Jurgen Klopp.