Andrew Robertson is almost certain to be leaving Hull City this summer, with Premier League club, Everton, willing to offer the defender another opportunity in the top-flight, reports the Telegraph.
Following Hull’s relegation back to the Sky Bet Championship, it is understood that Robertson’s agent has been asked to find the player a top-flight club ahead of the 2017/18 campaign.
Everton are keen to take the left-back to Goodison Park, after Robertson has impressed for Hull since arriving in East Yorkshire ahead of the 2014/15 season.
Robertson made 24 Premier League appearances during his debut season with Hull, whilst also cementing his place in the Scotland team over the course of the campaign.
Following Hull’s relegation in 2015, Robertson opted to stay with the Tigers in the Championship, making 52 appearances across all competitions and helping the club to promotion in his second season at the KCOM Stadium.
Last season, Robertson was again part of a Hull squad that suffered relegation, and the 23-year old is now expected to call an end to his time with the Tigers, looking to continue in the Premier League.
Everton are interested in the left-back, but could face competition from Merseyside rivals, Liverpool, for Robertson’s signature, with Jurgen Klopp turning his attentions to the Hull man, following the Reds’ failure to sign Ryan Sessegnon.
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