Date: 29th May 2021 at 8:20pm
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Many Celtic supporters have been talking about Andy Robertson after some of his comments emerged on social media.

Robertson was recently talking about Celtic and his wishes about returning to the club at some point in the future. The Scotsman said that he’d like to play for the Bhoys but he wouldn’t want to do that when he’s older or past his best.

Will Celtic ever sign Robertson?





He made it clear that he’d have to make a decision about his future, but it’ll take time because of his Liverpool contract. Robertson said that when he was young, he did think of giving his best years to the Parkhead-based club.

These comments were relayed on Twitter by BBC Sport and many Celtic fans made their views clear about Robertson’s potential return.

What did Celtic fans make of Robertson’s comments?

“Only if he let’s his contract run out & isn’t demanding in terms of wages.

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“Moan up Andy bhoy and stop sevco winning there second title in there history.”

Credit: @scotthowe83

“Joke of the week.”

Credit: @mcmullan_joseph

“Up eh road.”

Credit: @Peter1916M

“Can’t stand him but I’d take him in a heartbeat.”

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“That probably equates to never then i.e. it’s likely the only time we can afford him is when he’s past his best.

Credit: @PeterMacCiarrai

Robertson came through the Celtic academy but he left for Queen’s Park at a younger age. The left-back though, remains a Celtic fan.

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He is currently 27 and his current deal at Liverpool runs out in the summer of 2024, with having the option to extend it for a further year. By that time, the left-back would’ve crossed the age of 30.

So if Robertson wants to play for Celtic when he’s still younger, that could be his best chance of moving to Parkhead, especially if he can reduce his wage demands.

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