Andy Robertson injury – Liverpool injury news as Klopp handed BIG blow

Andy Robertson of Scotland (Photo by Florencia Tan Jun/Getty Images)
Andy Robertson of Scotland (Photo by Florencia Tan Jun/Getty Images) /

In today’s Liverpool injury news – We report on the latest on the current Andy Robertson injury which could rule him out of the Everton clash at Anfield Stadium.

Liverpool injury news – Andy Robertson injury update is a big blow

According to a report from Liverpool World, full-back Andy Robertson had to be subbed off while on international duty for Spain and will return to Liverpool. During Scotland’s 2-0 defeat against Spain, their best player Robertson had to be discarded from the match due to a shoulder injury. It didn’t look good as he came off with his arm in a make-do sling.

The Andy Robertson injury has come at an unfortunate time for Jurgen Klopp as his side are due to meet their Merseyside rivals after the international break. Of course, we wait updates on Robertson’s injury and will update you on any further Liverpool injury news, but to be called back from international duty doesn’t look good.

Scotland boss Steve Clarke revealed it was a big blow to them to lose Tierney. Losing a player is never a good feeling, particularly your best player. As mentioned by Clarke, it came at a time where fellow full-back Kieran Tierney was also injured, so it doesn’t look good as they prepare to face France.

"“We’ll have a look and he’ll go back to his club now. It always seems to happen when you lose one player in a position. We lose Kieran [Tierney] then Andy picks up a shoulder injury. We’ll see how it is and how it settles down. Hopefully he’s good for his club as soon as possible and ready to help us in November.” – Steve Clarke (quoted via Liverpool World)"

Meanwhile, Virgil Van Dijk has complained about the busy Premier League fixture schedule.

Do you think Andy Robertson will be available for Liverpool in the upcoming Merseyside derby against their rivals Everton?