Liverpool want Norwich City left-back and Tottenham Hotspur target Jamal Lewis

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Liverpool FC have earmarked Norwich City defender Jamal Lewis as cover for Scotland worldwide Andy Robertson, according to a report in England.

Norwich are said to want a minimum of £20m for Lewis and it remains to be seen if they will budge following the latest development.

The 22-year-old can play either left back or centre back meaning he would be able to provide cover for Andy Robertson as well as fill the gap left by Dejan Lovren's departure to Zenit St Petersburg.

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The Reds are preparing to approach Norwich with a bid of $13 million for Lewis in the ongoing summer transfer window, reported sports website talkSPORT.

Liverpool are confident Norwich will lower their expectations, especially if Lewis pushes hard for the deal to go through. Klopp is reportedly impressed by Lewis' attitude and believes the player will be a great fit in his squad and has a great chance to develop alongside 21-year-old Trent Alexander-Arnold.

He has made 100 appearances for the Canaries since graduating from their academy side, including 25 Premier League starts this season. There's a lot of interest in quite a few Norwich players following their relegation. "He's played to a standard that he's now a regular and they've been relegated", he added. Norwich want £20million while Liverpool are only offering half of that. One thing that could help the deal would be if Yasser Larouchi was involved. I think that's what Klopp will look to do.

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But plenty of work is going on behind the scenes over the potential transfer, as the player's camp try to secure him a dream move to a global giant.

This would be a decent piece of business for Liverpool and would allow them to rest Robertson more often next season. We saw with Naby Keita's performance, if you can get those kind of performances out of him consistently, that is an improvement Liverpool could make.

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