Andy Robertson has become indispensable for Liverpool but Real Madrid transfer rumours have now cropped up.
Real Madrid are eyeing Liverpool full-back Andy Robertson, according to reports.
The Scot is said to be courting interest from the La Liga giants as they look to bolster their defensive ranks in the summer. It has been claimed that the Reds defender has been placed in their list of candidates for a move in the upcoming transfer window.
Los Blancos have been forced to field France midfielder Eduardo Camavinga in the left-back role following Ferland Mendy's long-term absence with a thigh injury as his future remains unclear. The former Rennes man has done a respectable job in the position, but it appears Carlo Ancelotti is keen to recruit.
Alphonso Davies is another alleged target for the La Liga giants despite Bayern Munich slapping a 'hands-off' notice on the Canadian defender as Thomas Tuchel looks to extend his stay in Bavaria.
It has been said that Liverpool would demand in excess of £40m for the defender. Robertson has been instrumental in recent success under manager Jurgen Klopp after forging a formidable partnership alongside fellow full-back Trent Alexander-Arnold.
The combination of the 29-year-old and Sadio Mane became a key focal point for the Reds during their pursuit of Premier League and Champions League success with Luis Diaz taking the mantle since his departure.
The Mail have said that Robertson has 'shown no inclination' to leave Anfield however, with three years remaining on his contract.