Alan Nixon of The Sun reported that the Scotland international will leave the Tigers in the summer and that the £10 million-rated defender could arrive at Anfield as the Reds "keep an eye on his progress." The 22-year-old was said to be disappointed a deadline-day switch to Burnley fell through, forcing the player to remain at the KCOM Stadium.
The former Dundee United man has made 19 appearances in the Premier League this term, displaying consistency and endeavour. The youngster is a progressive full-back who is capable of dribbling the ball out of defence.
Philip Buckingham of the Hull Daily Mail lauded the player as he nullified Liverpool's Sadio Mane, with the Tigers defeating the Reds in their recent Premier League encounter:
Hull manager Marco Silva has spoken of Robertson's importance to his plans, opting to retain the defender for the fight against relegation.
"He's an important player for us...in this moment," Silva said. "I spoke with the player, and I said—I was clear with him—'I want you to stay at the club; I [want to] keep you in our squad.' I said the same applies for our chairman."
In other Reds news, Klopp is "eyeing" Inter Milan stopper Samir Handanovic as he attempts to solve the club's goalkeeping issues.
Italian outlet Corriere dello Sport (h/t Liam Corless of the Mirror) reported that the Merseyside team could look into signing the Inter man because of the worrying performances of Simon Mignolet and Loris Karius.
Both goalkeepers have cost Liverpool points this season, and Klopp needs to solidify his defence if he is to deliver trophies.
Here is Handanovic in action:
The Nerazzurri stopper is one of the best on the continent and would give Klopp the presence he requires between the sticks. According to Corless, Liverpool have also been linked with a move for England international Joe Hart.
Mignolet and Karius have been unconvincing this season, and neither man has demonstrated the quality needed to be the first-choice goalkeeper for a title-challenging team.
At 32, Handanovic is an experienced option and would need less time to settle in England than a burgeoning talent who would need blooding.