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By Shrishh Attavar

Bayern Munich eyeing a move for Liverpool left-back Andy Robertson

Liverpool left-back Andy Robertson has emerged as a prime target for Bayern Munich, who are eyeing him as a replacement for the potentially departing Alphonso Davies. The Scotland international, who has been a key figure in Liverpool’s success under Jurgen Klopp, is at the top of Bayern’s wishlist as they prepare for Davies’ expected move to Real Madrid this summer.

While prying Robertson away from Anfield would undoubtedly come as a significant challenge for Bayern, they remain determined to secure a top-class replacement for Davies who has a verbal agreement in place with Real Madrid and are setting their sights high in their pursuit of the talented left-back. [Daily Mail]

Robertson, who joined Liverpool from Hull City for a bargain fee of £8m in 2017, has established himself as a fan favourite at Anfield and has played a pivotal role in the club’s triumphs on the domestic and European stage.

Bayern Munich eyeing a move for Liverpool left-back Andy Robertson.
Bayern Munich eye a move for Liverpool left-back Andy Robertson.

Robbo ain’t goin’ nowhere!

With 282 appearances for Liverpool and every major honor under his belt, Robertson’s value to the team cannot be overstated. However, with two years left on his contract, discussions over his future are on the horizon, as is the case with several other Liverpool players.

Despite his contract situation, Robbo remains fully committed to Liverpool’s cause, as evidenced by his solid performance in the recent Carabao Cup victory over Chelsea. Playing 87 minutes before making way for Kostas Tsimikas, Robertson showcased his reliability and defensive prowess once again.

While Liverpool are currently in a transitional phase, with Klopp’s impending departure and the search for his successor underway, the club remains focused on continuity and stability. However, Bayern’s interest in Robertson adds a layer of uncertainty to his future, especially with the allure of potentially joining one of Europe’s elite clubs.

Bayern Munich eyeing a move for Liverpool left-back Andy Robertson.
Andy Robertson in action against Bayern Munich in the 2019 UEFA Champions League.

As Liverpool navigates through this period of transition, they are also keeping a close eye on Bayern’s managerial situation, with the impending departure of Thomas Tuchel opening up opportunities for change. With Leverkusen boss Xabi Alonso reportedly in the frame for both Bayern and the Reds, the managerial landscape in world football will undergo significant shifts in the coming months.

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Knowing Robertson, he would probably not want a move away from Merseyside. A fan favourite, a regular starter and Trent Alexander-Arnold’s best friend. Bayern Munich might offer him everything in the world, but surely not a friend as good as Trentski. However, nothing is certain in football, so we’d rather say Robertson will 99.99% likely continue at Liverpool.