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Done Deal: Hull City ace completes his move back to the Premier League

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Hull City have confirmed the departure of Andrew Robertson, with the defender making the step back up to the Premier League with Liverpool.  

Robertson has left the KCOM Stadium for an undisclosed fee and joined Liverpool on a long-term contract.

The 23-year-old left-back left Hull’s training camp earlier this week to complete a medical with Liverpool and has now finalised his move.

The Scottish international’s move has ended a three-year association with Hull, which has seen him make 116 appearances for the East Yorkshire outfit, as well as scoring five goals.

Two of Robertson’s three seasons with Hull have come in the Premier League, with both ending in relegation, including the 2016/17 campaign.

Last year the left-back made 33 appearances in the Premier League and scored one goal, impressing on the whole but unable to prevent the Tigers slipping back into the Sky Bet Championship.

Despite the disappointment of not helping Hull establish themselves in the Premier League during his time at the KCOM Stadium, Robertson did play a significant part in the club’s promotion during the 2015/16 campaign.

That season in the Championship, Robertson made 45 league appearances, including every minute in Hull’s play-off campaign, which concluded with a 1-0 victory over Sheffield Wednesday at Wembley.

Hull fans… What do you make of Robertson’s move to Liverpool? Are you disappointed to see him leave? Let us know your thoughts!

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