SHOCKING NEWS: coming from Fabrizio Romano, confirmed and agreed 👍 Liverpool “looking set” to sign the 26-year-old, who this season at Anfield made 13 interceptions in one game. Liverpool is aiming to acquire a Premier League player in order to address a problematic position in Jurgen Klopp’s team. He said ” he’s what I have been looking for in a player his flexibility in the pitch is crazy Due to injuries sustained by Andy Robertson and Kostas Tsimikas I think and I know he’s the one for the job.”


Reports suggest that Liverpool is actively seeking a Premier League player to address a pressing issue within Jurgen Klopp’s squad. The absence of a natural senior left-back due to injuries suffered by Andy Robertson and Kostas Tsimikas—especially Tsimikas, who sustained a serious collarbone injury against Arsenal—has left a gap in the team’s lineup (Premier Injuries).

Graeme Bailey from footballwave indicates that Liverpool is eyeing a potential solution from another London-based club in the coming month. “Understand Liverpool are looking at Fulham’s Antonee Robinson – as they look to solve their left back issues,” the journalist mentioned in a recent update on Wednesday.

Liverpool is considering Antonee Robinson from Fulham as a solution to their left-back woes, as highlighted by footballwave. Robinson’s recent standout performance at Anfield showcased his prowess, contributing significantly to Fulham’s memorable away display against Liverpool.

During that match, the 26-year-old not only excelled with seven duels won, four successful tackles, but also provided an assist for Harry Wilson’s goal in Fulham’s 4-3 defeat to Liverpool earlier this month. His defensive performance stood out, marked by an impressive 13 interceptions.

Robinson’s stellar defensive stats have placed him in the top 1% among players in similar positions across Europe’s major leagues over the past year. Additionally, he has ranked in the top 20% for successful take-ons (1.3), aerial duels won (1.32), and progressive carries (3.06) per game (FBref).

Despite commendable performances by Joe Gomez at left-back against Burnley and the involvement of young talents like Luke Chambers and Calum Scanlon in the first team this season, Liverpool recognizes the importance of reinforcing their left-back position during the upcoming January transfer window.

Robinson seems to be Liverpool’s target, having impressed against them previously and leaving a memorable impact on Klopp at the start of December.

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