Andy Robertson has tipped Scotland compatriot and Liverpool teammate Calvin Ramsay to have a ‘large future’.
Ramsay joined Liverpool in the summertime with the Premier League facet signing him from Aberdeen for a charge of round £4.2m.
Final season was his first full marketing campaign in senior soccer, however he impressed a lot within the 33 appearances that he made that Jurgen Klopp and co handed him a five-year deal.
Since then, he is made two appearances for Liverpool within the League Cup and Champions League, and has been referred to as as much as the Scotland senior squad.
He seems set to make his worldwide debut subsequent week, and Robertson is assured the right-back will go on to realize huge issues.
“Clearly Liverpool noticed that and that is why they purchased him,” he mentioned, referring to the ‘large potential’ he feels Ramsay has.
“He does not appear fazed by a whole lot of issues and takes all the pieces in his stride – that is credit score to him. Everybody at Liverpool is happy to see how far he can go and I am certain everybody in Scotland is identical.”
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At membership stage, Ramsay must displace Trent Alexander-Arnold if he needs to play frequently, and Robertson admits that doing so will likely be troublesome however is assured the 19-year-old will get extra sport time.
“He is developing in opposition to the world’s greatest right-back in Trent, however since he is been again in coaching, he is been coaching rather well and clearly bought his reward along with his debut,” Robertson added. “He’ll be searching for extra sport time – that is the way you be taught and develop.
“I do know he is excited being concerned within the Scotland camp and I am certain he’ll be concerned in much more for a few years to come back.”