Real Madrid and Liverpool have recently played in a number of high-profile and significant matches. Two of which were Champions League finals, where Los Blancos triumphed, and so on. Even this season, they faced off in the round of 16 of the competition, with Carlo Ancelotti’s team winning easily over the two legs.
The two teams appear to be involved outside of the field of play as well. Although it appears that the Englishman will travel to Santiago Bernabeu in the summer, both were thought to be after Jude Bellingham’s signature.
Roberto Firmino, a Brazilian who will be a free agent in the summer, has also been linked to a move to Real Madrid. Additionally, it appears that they have their sights set on another Liverpool player.
According to Defensa Central (via The Hard Tackle), Real Madrid is looking to strengthen its defense this summer and have identified Andrew Robertson as a potential target.
Robertson’s career in football has been inspiring. He was at Queen’s Park and then Dundee United after failing to cut it at Celtic. Once that was done, he would relocate to Hull City in the south. However, the club had a rocky period during which it alternated between the Premier League and the Championship.
However, Robertson’s performance was sufficient to secure a transfer to Liverpool. Although the decision was not glamorous, it has undoubtedly benefited the Reds.
Robertson has succeeded in becoming a Liverpool legend and has contributed significantly to Jurgen Klopp’s team’s achievements. However, this time around, his campaign has not gone well. The Reds would seek a transfer fee of between €45 million and €50 million if he were to leave Anfield.