Liverpool injury latest after Andy Robertson update

Andy Robertson
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Scotland assistant coach John Carver says captain Andy Robertson “will be fine” after the Liverpool left-back withdrew from training on Monday as a precaution ahead of Friday’s Euro 2024 opening match against Germany.

The Reds star was seen exiting the session early with an ankle knock but he is due to be involved in Tuesday’s training drills, quelling worry among Scottish and Liverpool fans. "It was a precaution really,” said Carver on Monday afternoon.

“The ball just caught his ankle but he will train tomorrow, he will be fine. Obviously at this stage we are going to be extra cautious. But he is ok, he is fine, and we look forward to him joining back in tomorrow."

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The 30-year-old missed 21 Liverpool games last season due to a serious shoulder injury picked up while on international duty for Scotland back in October, having collided with Spain goalkeeper Unai Simon in a European qualifier.

Then in March, Robertson missed Liverpool’s match with Brighton & Hove Albion following an ankle issue picked up in Scotland’s friendly against Northern Ireland. The full-back made history for his country on Friday.

This comes after young Liverpool winger Ben Doak withdrew from Scotland's Euro 2024 considerations due to injury. Scotland's media team confirmed earlier this month: "Sadly, Ben Doak has been withdrawn from the #EURO2024 squad through injury. Ben – we know we'll see you entertaining crowds at Hampden in a Scotland shirt soon."