Arsenal and Chelsea could reportedly go head-to-head for the signature of Hull City left-back Andrew Robertson this summer.
Robertson burst onto the scene in the first half of last season, after joining the Tigers in a £2.85m deal from Dundee United, and scored in Scotland’s 3-1 friendly defeat to England at Wembley in 2014.
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His impact faded after Christmas as Steve Bruce’s side were relegated from the Premier League, but the 21-year-old has seemingly done enough to persuade at least three clubs that he is worthy of another chance in the top flight.
Aston Villa have been linked with an interest, but the Daily Star claims that the Midlands outfit will be blown out of the water by Arsenal and Chelsea as the London rivals battle for Robertson’s services.
Chelsea are keen to increase their home-grown quota, and may allow Filipe Luis to return to Atletico Madrid, while the Gunners could also be in the market for a left-back as Nacho Monreal stalls on a new contract.