Lewis Liverpool link excite his global boss

Liverpool signing Jamal Lewis would help Andy Robertson hit his best form

Farke is aiming to rebuild his squad for the Championship next season as they aim to bounce back to the Premier League at the first time of asking.

The Merseysiders have identified the 22-year-old as their top target to provide cover and competition for Andy Robertson next season. The goal came in the Premier League match against Leicester City, which Norwich sealed 1-0.

The Reds had a £10m bid for Norwich's Jamal Lewis rejected earlier in the week.

Apparently, Liverpool have been following the player for three years now. Klopp has similar plans for Lewis, but Norwich may not let go of their talented defender for that cheap.

It remains to be seen whether Liverpool will make a revised offer should their opening bid be rejected - with the Canaries rumoured to want around £20m for their left-back.

And his global boss thinks it would be a great move for the 22-year-old.

Klopp is aware that Alexander-Arnold, Robertson and Lewis are represented by sports agency PLG, and the German boss is expected to use his famous backline pair's connection with Lewis to secure the signatures of the Northern Ireland national.

But at the moment Liverpool and Leicester are at the front of the queue, with Olympiakos reportedly ready to sell the Greek global for a fee of £12m.

But in more recent weeks, Liverpool look to have turned their attentions to Norwich star, Jamal Lewis. He made his worldwide debut in 2018 and has played 12 matches for his country.



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