Liverpool and Hull have reached an agreement for the transfer of left-back Andrew Robertson, according to Sky Sports reporter Dharmesh Sheth.

Jurgen Klopp is on the lookout for a new left-back after midfielder James Milner played there for the majority of last season.

Sheth says Liverpool and Hull are in talks over Robertson but a separate source has also told him a fee of up to £10million has been agreed.

"News to bring you now from Liverpool and it came in the last hour or so," Sheth said on Sky Sports News.

"Sky Sources have told us they are in talks with Hull City over the left-back Andy Robertson.

"It's understood Robertson has flown home from the club's tour of Portugal.

"A separate source claims a fee, that could rise to £10million, has been agreed."

Robertson has made 99 league appearances for Hull since joining from Dundee in 2014.

He would be the third signing of the summer for Klopp.

Young striker Dominic Solanke has joined from Chelsea and winger Mohamed Salah signed from Roma for a club-record fee.

Source: Daily Express

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