Liverpool are considering a swoop for Jamal Lewis from Norwich City, according to multiple sources.
The Canaries have been relegated from the Premier League, and the current champions have been known to pick quality additions for their ranks from teams who fail to survive in the English top flight.
The left-back spot is where Jurgen Klopp’s squad currently seems the thinnest. There is no designated backup option, and it was mostly midfielder James Milner who slotted in when first-choice Andy Robertson was unavailable or in need of rest. At the age of 22, Lewis seems like a good option for the role, and Liverpool would be willing to pay £10 million to bring him in. As for the player himself, it is believed he would love a chance to work with Robertson and Trent Alexander-Arnold, who are both widely considered among the best in world on the defensive flanks.
Liverpool aren’t the only team interested in Lewis, but Melissa Reddy of the Independent says their talks with Norwich have so far gone furthest towards striking a deal.
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