With any luck, Andy Robertson, who is recovering from a catastrophic injury, won’t face any more obstacles and might possibly rejoin Liverpool’s training before the month is out.
Since October 12, 2018, when Scotland lost 2-0 in Seville to qualify for the European Championship, Robertson has been out of action due to a collision with Spain custodian Unai Simón. Since then, he has undergone surgery, and his personal rehabilitation regimen is thought to be going well.
Also, according to the Daily Mail, 29-year-old Robertson may accelerate his recuperation by returning to first team practice in the upcoming weeks, hoping to rejoin the team by the end of January or the beginning of February at the latest.
The announcement gives Scotland’s manager, Steve Clarke, a huge boost as he wants all of his essential players available for their March Euro 2024 practice matches.
Robertson was scheduled to consult a shoulder specialist to monitor his progress in strengthening his shoulder, as revealed by Liverpool assistant manager Pep Lijnders last week. After then, it should be easier to determine when a return will happen.
As of right now, there aren’t many worries, and Liverpool would prefer not to put Robertson in danger of developing more problems given that fellow left-back Kostas Tsimikas is also recovering from a collarbone injury.