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The Premier League season hasn't finished yet but Liverpool are already planning for next season, and apparently already have a signing in the bag.
According to Neil Moxley from The Mirror, Hull City defender Andrew Robertson will join the club when the transfer window officially opens in June.
Jurgen Klopp has had issues in the left-back berth since taking the Liverpool job and his distrust in Alberto Moreno as the regular choice has led to James Milner becoming the permanent fixture in the position.
But the signing of Robertson, now relegated with Hull, will give the Reds another option at left-back next season - with Moreno set to move on the summer.
The Scottish international only has a year remaining on his deal at Hull and so comes as a cheap option for Klopp as he looks to add to his squad in preparation for next season, where they will likely be competing in the Champions League.
Dundee United, Robertson's former employers, are set to pocket £750,000 from the proposed transfer.
And Liverpool are also said to have their sights on another Hull defender.
Harry Maguire, comfortably Hull's best performer this season, has attracted interest from the likes of Tottenham and Newcastle.
The Reds are also monitoring his situation though, and the talk is that Liverpool chiefs have been in touch with officials at Hull regarding Maguire - who many believe has what it takes to play at a higher level.
Liverpool fans, would you be pleased with those two additions or do you think the club should be aiming higher with its summer dealings?
Let us know your thoughts in the comments.
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