Andy Robertson determined to end his career at Liverpool. But if that is not possible, there is only one club in his dreams.
Robertson has been one of Liverpool’s pillars since signing from Hull City in 2017. He helped ‘The Reds’ win domestic titles, as well as the Champions League, European Super Cup and Club World Cup during these five seasons.
Being at his peak age, 28 years old, the Scottish left-back is still under contract until 2026. The hope is to close his career at Liverpool if he can stay at the top level.
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But if you have to part with Liverpoolhe harbored a dream to join Celtic which was his boyhood club.
“Every time I watch Celtic, I think about it. When I watch them and see Celtic Park is full, as a supporter you always have that dream,” Robertson said on broadcaster Currie Club’s BT Sport.
“Ideally I would like to finish my career here at Liverpool. If I can stay at the top of the game, at the top for my entire career, that’s the route I want to go.”
“But also, when I looked at Celtic and when I grew up I used to think about giving them my best years. When I was playing at Queen’s Park, I had a dream to play with Celtic and always dreamed of giving them the best years. for them.”
“And now I really don’t want to go as a 34 or 35 year old player, which starts to annoy my uncles because I can’t run anymore. Time will tell.”
“I’m the type of person who prefers to enjoy the moment now. I don’t look too far and don’t look back often. There will be time for that,” said the Scotland captain.