Premier League champions Liverpool are considering a move for Norwich City’s left-back Jamal Lewis.
They want to add cover to their squad for both full-backs, Trent Alexander-Arnold, and Andy Robertson, and believe Lewis could be a useful replacement on the left-side for Robertson.
He is likely to cost around £10 million, and Algerian Yasser Lerouci could be going the other way to Carrow Road. The 19-year old has one year left on his current contract at Anfield but has struggled for playing time and wants to move somewhere he is guaranteed first-team football.
Lewis, who was born in Luton, but who plays for Northern Ireland courtesy of his mother, made his debut for Norwich in December 2017, and was part of the Championship winning side of two years ago.
In the season just completed, he made 32 appearances for the first team scoring once. He is likely to form part of the exodus from the club this summer, with clubs lining-up to cherry pick the likes of Max Aarons and Todd Cantwell following their relegation back to the Championship.
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