Liverpool agrees deal for first summer signing, announcement imminent

HULL, ENGLAND - OCTOBER 27: Andy Robertson of Hull City in action during the Capital One Cup Fourth Round match between Hull City and Leicester City at KC Stadium on October 27, 2015 in Hull, England. (Photo by Nigel Roddis/Getty Images)

Liverpool kept the hope of Champions League qualification alive when they comfortably cruised to an impressive 3-0 win against the Hammers yesterday. The Reds are now one game/win away from returning to the Holy Grail of football.

Jurgen Klopp will need to bolster his squad ahead of next season and reports according to the Mirror claims the Reds will be joined by Andrew Robertson from relegated Hull City as their first summer signing.

For the most part of the season, Liverpool have played without a natural left full back, under utilizing the strength of James Milner who has been the makeshift left full back. Milner will moved infield or upfront next season.

Robertson has had an enviable career with Hull City since joining them in the summer of 2014 from Dundee United. The 23-year-old left back has featured in 31 League games for The Tigers this term but could not save them from drowning.

Liverpool are among the highest scorers in the League but their leaky defense have let in more goals than any of their first seven teams on the Premier League log bar Arsenal. This is an aspect of Liverpool’s team that Klopp has no choice than to fix if they must push for the title next season.

There has been nothing on his contract but the report claims the deal will be announced as soon the transfer window comes alive.