Andy Robertson is predicted to overlook Liverpool’s Champions League match with Rangers on Tuesday with a muscle damage.
The left-back’s final look got here on September 7 of their 4-1 thrashing by the hands of Napoli.
He has since been sidelined with damage and was not a part of Liverpool’s matchday squad for the go to of Brighton on Saturday. The Reds ended up drawing 3-3 with the Seagulls, with James Milner and Kostas Tsimikas deputising in his absence.
Robertson is now set to overlook out on the prospect to face Scottish aspect Rangers, who head to Anfield on Tuesday.
The 28-year-old is a boyhood Celtic fan and would have relished the prospect to tackle their greatest rivals.
Robertson lately informed the Currie Membership podcast that he dreamt of turning out for Celtic, and it is an ambition he hasn’t completely closed the door to regardless of wanting to remain at Liverpool for the remainder of his profession.
“Each time I watch Celtic, I contemplate it. If you watch them and see a packed Celtic Park, as a fan you at all times have that dream. Ideally I need to end my profession right here at Liverpool,” he stated.
“If I can keep on the high of my recreation, on the high of the tree my entire profession, that’s the route I need to go down. But additionally, once I have a look at Celtic and once I was rising up, I used to be pondering I wished to present them my greatest years. Once I was at Queen’s Park I had a dream of nonetheless taking part in with Celtic and at all times dreamed of giving my greatest years to Celtic.
“I don’t need to go as a 34 or 35-year-old previous man that my uncles begin hating on me as a result of I can’t transfer any extra! Time will inform. I don’t look too far forward and I don’t usually look again. There will likely be a time for that.”