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Liverpool defender Andrew Robertson has spoken out on his future.
The 26-year-old joined Liverpool in the summer of 2017. During this season, Robertson has made 41 appearances in which he has scored 2 goals and provided 7 assists.
Speaking on That Peter Crouch Podcast, the defender said: “If you asked me now what would I want to do, I’d want to retire at Liverpool of course.
“But look, we know how hard it is to play at the highest of levels til 35, 36 maybe. I’d love to pull on a Celtic top and walk out at Parkhead and stuff.
“You try and move with the times and do what’s right for your family. Do I want to go back there even to just live? Yeah, maybe.”
“I try and get back all the time, obviously we still have internationals and stuff,” he added.
“Every time I always go home and see family that can’t really get down.
“I’ve seen all my pals, in terms of community I’m hoping that the coronavirus brings at least one good thing and I’ve started up my own charity in Scotland.
“I think what we are trying to do is give people a first chance in life as opposed to a second chance.
“We are going to try and get them jobs and better education and if we can make a difference to one person, I’ll be happy.”
source – Express.co.uk