West Bromwich Albion are being linked with a summer transfer swoop for Hull City pair Andy Robertson and Jake Livermore according to the Daily Telegraph.
Baggies manager Tony Pulis travelled to The iPro Stadium on Tuesday evening to watch the pair play for current club Hull City in a 4-0 defeat to Derby County and West Bromwich Albion could make a move for the pair in the summer.
West Bromwich Albion have already reached the magical 40 point mark in the Premier League and boss Tony Pulis is set to extend his stay at The Hawthorns. The Albion boss is planning changes to his squad in the summer as the club aim to become a regular feature in the top half of the Premier League table although the success of any move for Robertson and Livermore could depend on whether Hull City are playing in the top flight themselves next season.
Full back Andy Robertson joined Hull City from Dundee United in July 2014 in a deal reportedly worth £2.85 million and the player has become one of The Tigers’ most consistent performers. The player’s good performances are said to have not gone unnoticed with a number of Premier League clubs monitoring Robertson’s development at Hull City.
Midfielder Jake Livermore also joined Hull City in summer 2014 for a club record transfer fee from Tottenham Hotspur. The player has played an important role for The Tigers this season making 31 appearances for the club to date scoring twice.
Hull City are currently sitting in fourth position in the Championship and may need to compete in the end of season Play Offs to determine whether they will regain their top flight status at the first attempt.