ANDY ROBERTSON hasn’t ruled out one day coming home to play for his bhoyhood heroes many years after he was told he wasn’t good enough in the Celtic Park setup.
Robertson will play in his second consecutive Champions League final on Saturday when Liverpool head to Madrid to take on Spurs for the big one. However, asked what the future holds for the defender, he was keen to stress he’d like to stay at Liverpool for as long as possible but if that wasn’t an option then there’s only one club who he’d love to play for.
“For me, at the level I’m playing at, I would love to finish my career at Liverpool if you gave me that option.” Robertson told MailSport.
“I’d bite your hand off for that. But I know how hard it is to play at the elite level for a long period of time.
“I hope I can do that, but Celtic isn’t exactly a big drop.
“They play in the Champions League and Europa League and win trophies.
“Never say never. I’d love to pull on the jersey because it is my boyhood club and I still support them.
“But the way my career has gone, if you were to offer me staying at Liverpool for the rest of my career I’d take it.”
It’s great to see a lad from Scotland do so well down south. The defender has come a long way in such a short space of time since playing for Queens Park.
There wouldn’t be too many Celtic fans who would complain if Robertson ever signed for Celtic.
However, we do have our own left back dynamo in Kieran Tierney who has helped give the club unprecedented success in recent years. Kieran has played the majority of games in Celtic’s historic treble treble run.
We wish Andy all the best for Saturday along with his teammate Virgil van Dijk but don’t forget Victor Wanyama is on the other side!