Jurgen Klopp reacts after Andy Robertson sigs new deal

Jurgen Klopp reacts after Andy Robertson sigs new deal

The tweet, sent from an 18-year old Robertson back in August 2012, has once again been doing the rounds after the Scotland global signed a new contract on Thursday evening.

Liverpool defender Andy Robertson has signed a new long-term contract which will keep him at Anfield until 2023.

The agreement ensures another prized member of Jürgen Klopp's squad has committed the best years of his career to the club and follows recent deals for Joe Gomez and Sadio Mané.

Robertson has had an outstanding season for Liverpool as they push for major honours and arguably been the best left-back in the Premier League.

And the Scotland worldwide is delighted to extend his stay at Anfield.

'It's fair to say Robbo didn't hesitate for even a second when we spoke about extending his stay at our club for longer.

"He might be from Glasgow originally, but everything about him screams Liverpool".

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'It has been fantastic to see him grow, develop and improve.

The 24-year-old has played a big part in a vast improvement in Liverpool's defensive record that has been the catalyst for Jurgen Klopp's men to seize an advantage over Manchester City in the title race.

"It's fantastic this will now be their home for even longer".

"I am still young enough that I hope my best is still to come, that I can get better at the things that maybe are a small weakness or whatever", Robertson told the club website. "We both agreed very quickly".

"Getting to know the lads and working with all the staff at Melwood has been a pleasure". The best thing about work is when you love coming in every day - and that's what I do here.

"I remember when we signed him back in the summer of 2017, I spoke a lot about "his story, his journey" and how much I loved it and thought it pointed to the type of person and player he would be for us".

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