Jurgen Klopp believes the player has great room for development and can thrive working with two of the current best full-backs in the game
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Liverpool are considering Norwich City’s Jamal Lewis to provide competition for Andy Robertson at left-back.
The Premier League champions are willing to pay around £10m to bolster that area of the squad, but are not the only club to show interest in Lewis following the relegation of Daniel Farke’s side.
The Merseysiders are, however, understood to be most advanced in negotiations at present.
The 22-year-old is represented by PLG, who also manage Robertson and fellow Anfield fullback Trent Alexander-Arnold, giving Liverpool an advantage in negotiations.
Strong in the dribble and with an impressive passing range, the Northern Ireland international can also operate on the left of midfield.
Jurgen Klopp believes the player has great room for development and can thrive working with two of the current best full-backs in the game.
Lewis is seen as having an elite attitude already and would relish contesting the role with Robertson. Continue reading