Former Liverpool midfielder David Thompson has claimed that Andy Robertson could play for Barcelona and would not look out of place if he signed for the Catalan club.
The Left-back joined the Merseyside club in the summer of 2017 from Hull City for £8 million.
The 24-year-old Scotland international is now regarded as one of the best left-backs in the Premier League.
Robertson has impressed again in Liverpool’s 1-0 win over Napoli on Tuesday night at Anfield.
Therefore, Thomson believes the Scotland captain, who is a mainstay in Jurgen Klopp’s side, would easily establish himself in Barcelona first team.
Thompson, who started his youth career at Liverpool, tweeted: “Andy Robertson could play for Barca and not look out of place.”
Meanwhile, Robertson hailed Alisson for his stoppage-time wonder-save and said: “We knew we had to get a fast start and that’s what we did.”
“At 0-0 they had nothing to lose and they threw up their centre-back. It was unbelievable save from Alisson.”
“But to get 1-0 up we were confident we would keep a clean sheet and thankfully that’s what we did.”
On the other hand, Reds boss Jurgen Klopp has insisted he ‘could not be prouder’ of his side after the meaningful victory.
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“Wow, what a game. I am not sure a manager could be prouder of a team than I am,” he said.
“It was an outstanding goal and what a save [from Alisson] – a lifesaver. The only good thing about the first game at Napoli was that we were our ugly brothers and it wasn’t us at all.”
“Today, we had an opportunity to show more than we did in Italy and the boys played an outstanding game.”
“The way we pressed them meant they had to change their game and they had no real key for us.”