Liverpool Go In With Jamal Lewis Bid, Sell-on Clause Included

Liverpool Go In With Jamal Lewis Bid, Sell-on Clause Included

A new left-back to support Andrew Robertson is reportedly on the agenda as James Milner is coming towards the end of his career and the Mirror claims Liverpool are ready to launch an opening £10m bid for Jamal Lewis.

Crucially, Larouci is part of the "home grown quota", so there is potential for a similar situation to the one that saw Kevin Stewart leave Anfield for Hull at the same time as Andy Robertson joined Liverpool in 2017.

Liverpool are confident Norwich will lower their expectations, especially if Lewis pushes hard for the deal to go through.

The full-back featured in 28 Premier League games for the Canaries and was one of their best players during the campaign.

If a deal can not be brokered, Liverpool look set to turn their attention to Olympiacos left-back Kostas Tsimikas (24), a player we brought to your attention recently.

Right back Aarons has been linked with a move to German champions Bayern Munich while Aston Villa are also said to be in the running. However, with the departures of Dejan Lovren and Adam Lallana, there is some money to spend.

Liverpool do not want to pay more than £10million for Lewis, while Norwich value him at considerably more than that. They're aware of the impact of the pandemic and they're going to be very careful when it comes to spending. "He's played to a standard that he's now a regular and they've been relegated", he added. There's a lot of interest in quite a few Norwich players following their relegation. Norwich want £20million while Liverpool are only offering half of that. There is no urgency on Liverpool's side of things to make a deal happen. I think that's what Klopp will look to do. However, they will still look to strengthen the squad. And it will be worth it too, with Klopp desperate for more squad depth this term. "And he is taking on the No 17 shirt next season, which of course in the early years was Steven Gerrard's".

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