Andy Robertson has high hopes for his “new team-mate,” which has caused problems in previous matches

Andy Robertson has high hopes for his "new team-mate," which has caused problems in previous matches Team

James Milner, Naby Keita, and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain have left the team, reducing the number of midfielders. 

Furthermore, Liverpool must also push for a generational change, as the main group of midfielders are entering around 30’s.

When the Premier League ends, the electric business explodes. They acquired Argentine midfielder Alexis Mac Allister, who led Brighton to sixth place last season. 

With a player who can become a key player in midfield, the team led by Jurgen Klopp moved into a new era.

Scottish defender Andy Robertson, who joined Liverpool from relegated Hull City in the summer of 2017 and has since become one of the best left backs in the world, scoring numerous assists, also had high hopes for the 24-year-old midfielder, who has been a difficult opponent in previous matches.

“We’ve lost a couple of big characters within the changing room and we’ve already made strides to replace that.”

“Alexis is a fantastic player, he’s been at Brighton the last two or three seasons and anytime he’s played against us he’s always caused us difficulties.”

“He’s obviously a World Cup winner, which is not easy. He’s a quality player and I’m sure he’ll fit into our changing room easily.”

“I look forward to playing alongside him because he’s a fantastic player and he can bring a lot of quality to our squad and that’s what we need and he’s certainly a player that ticks all the boxes.”