The Telegraph have claimed that Liverpool can sign Norwich City star Jamal Lewis for a bargain £10million fee this summer, as the Reds look to replace the loss of Dejan Lovren and bring in cover at left-back.
Lewis, 22, is one of a number of exciting, young Norwich players that are expected to leave Carrow Road this summer. Ben Godfrey, Max Aarons, Todd Cantwell and Emi Buendia are also expected to leave following relegation.
Lewis played 28 times in the Premier League and has become a regular at international level with Northern Ireland. Liverpool have identified the left-footer as a priority signing, to add cover at centre-back and left-back.
However, Lewis has a decision to make. He can join Liverpool and fight for his place but ultimately he will just be back-up, or join another Premier League team where he will be guaranteed first-team action.
TransferMarkt claim he is represented by agency PLG, who also look after Trent Alexander-Arnold and Andy Robertson.
TBR’s view – Lewis would be the ideal Liverpool signing
The Reds cannot go after a big-name left-back as the incoming signing will know they will be second choice to Robertson. So, Liverpool need a young, exciting British talent that can grow into the position.
Lewis is absolutely ideal. He is quick, he offers versatility and his technical abilities would allow him to fit into the Liverpool side like a glove. At £10million, he is a bargain for Jurgen Klopp.