James Pearce Shares Latest Injury Update on Liverpool’s Andy Robertson After Worrying Footage

Liverpool left-back Andrew Robertson has encountered an ankle injury during his time on international duty with Scotland.

Andrew Robertson, Liverpool’s left-back, is scheduled to undergo a scan following an ankle injury sustained while representing Scotland internationally, as per The Athletic’s James Pearce.

Having returned to action only in January after a prolonged absence due to a shoulder injury suffered in October 2023 while playing for his national team, the Reds’ full-back faces another setback.

Jurgen Klopp may find it frustrating that Robertson could potentially be absent for an extended period, particularly with crucial weeks ahead in both the Premier League and Europa League.

As the 2023/24 campaign enters its final weeks, the defender awaits the results of his upcoming scan, hoping for positive news.

Robertson Set to Undergo Scan

“The defender’s setback is a ‘major concern’

As reported by James Pearce for The Athletic, Andy Robertson is set to head back to Liverpool for a scan after sustaining an ankle injury during Scotland’s 1-0 friendly loss to Northern Ireland on March 26th.

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The incident occurred when the 30-year-old was unable to continue playing after a challenge from Trai Hume of Sunderland, resulting in a heavy tackle.

Scotland manager Steve Clarke, in a post-match statement, offered limited details regarding Robertson’s injury:

“We’ll assess him. He’ll go back to his club and they’ll assess him. Hopefully, he’s back soon.”

Liverpool will have reason to worry about the possibility of Robertson departing as they resume Premier League action on March 31st, welcoming Brighton & Hove Albion to Anfield.

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