Date: 16th June 2017 at 12:12pm
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According to reliable journalist, Alan Nixon, Hull City’s Andrew Robertson has been identified as a priority for Burnley this summer.

Robertson’s future looks to be away from the KCOM Stadium, following Hull’s relegation form the Premier League last season, and a move back to the top-flight appears to be on the cards for the left-back.

Liverpool are reportedly interested in the 23-year old, as Jurgen Klopp looks to solves a problem position for the Reds, but Sean Dyche has made securing Robertson’s signature a priority this summer.

According to Nixon, @reluctantnicko, Burnley and Hull are close to agreeing a fee for the Scottish international, who impressed in the Premier League, despite Hull’s relegation back to the Sky Bet Championship.

During the 2016/17 campaign, Robertson made 33 Premier League appearances, missing just five of Hull’s top-flight fixtures, but despite impressing under both Mike Phelan and Marco Silva, the 23-year old could not prevent relegation.

Since his arrival from Dundee United ahead of the 2014/15 campaign, Robertson has made 116 appearances for the Tigers, including 45 Championship appearances during the 2015/16 season, as Hull won promotion back to the top-flight via the play-offs.

Hull have already been dealt blows this summer, with Silva quitting as manager and Harry Maguire opting for a move to Leicester City.

Where do you think Robertson will be playing his football next season? Would he be a good fit at Burnley? Let us know your thoughts!