In the contemporary age, it’s often the big-money purchases which make the headings; after all, it’s just natural that a record signing amasses more attention and excitement than others.
Nevertheless, at Liverpool there is one particular acquisition who regularly flies under the radar, partly because of his relatively little transfer cost.
Andy Robertson joined the Reds from relegated Hull City for a preliminary ₤ 8m back in 2017 and has perhaps end up being the club’s greatest value-for-money signing over the last four years.
Is Robertson Edward’s finest purchase?
1.8 clearances per league game, while likewise only being dribbled past 0.8 times per match. His value at both ends of the field for Klopp’s charges can’t be underestimated, and it’s no surprise that his market price has escalated to ₤ 58.5 m throughout his time on Merseyside
. After putting pen to paper on fresh terms over the summer season, extending his present agreement up until 2026, Liverpool fans can look forward to seeing their first-choice left-back maraud down Anfield’s flanks for many more seasons to come. In other news … Sold for ₤ 25.38 m, now worth ₤ 5.4 m: Edwards sealed his greatest LFC masterclass by flogging this dud