The Scotsman was substituted against Barcelona after Luis Suarez cynically injured him but the Daily Record claims that scans have shown Robertson has managed to avoid serious injury.

Since joining the Reds before the start of last season, the 25-year-old has emerged as a key performer under Jurgen Klopp.

His game is very balanced and has shown that while he is a very strong defender, he is equally good going forward and has assisted 13 goals in all competitions this season.

Andy Robertson.

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When he was taken off as a result of injury against Barcelona, Liverpool fans feared the worst but his replacement Georginio Wijnaldum scored two goals to make a dramatic comeback possible.

With the Champions League final now three and a half weeks away, Jurgen Klopp will be encouraged by the news that his reliable left back has avoided serious injury.


The Daily Record reports that Robertson underwent scans to assess the severity of his injury.

Andy Robertson.

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The results indicate that he hasn’t suffered ligament damage or a broken bone.

He will undergo further tests today to discover the true nature of his injury but the report claims that neither Robertson nor Liverpool’s medical staff fear that there is any serious damage done.

Robertson is unlikely to be risked against Wolverhampton Wanderers this weekend in the final Premier League game of the season and will be forced to watch from the sidelines.

Andy Robertson.

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There is still a (slim) chance that Liverpool can win the Premier League title on Sunday but it will require City to slip up against Brighton and if they do, a win against Wolves will secure the title for Jurgen Klopp’s men.

After the dramatic show Liverpool put on against Barcelona, supporters will refuse to rule out any late heroics in the Premier League.

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