Liverpool is seeking Jamal Lewis from Norwich City to compete with Andy Robertson at left-back,reports.
Lewis is already seen as having an exemplary attitude and will be thrilled to challenge Robertson’s position.
Jurgen Klopp thinks the player has lots of space for improvement and will thrive together with two of the game’s top strongest full-backs.
The champions of the Premier League are ready to spend about £10 m to reinforce the sector of the team, but since Daniel Farke’s relegation they are not the only club to express interest in Lewis.
Indeed, Lewis won’t be short of deals, and can plump elsewhere for longer game time if it also fits his long-term growth.
Nonetheless, the Merseysiders are generally considered to be more involved in talks.
The 22-year-old is represented by PLG, who also manage Robertson. Moreover, fellow Anfield fullback Trent Alexander-Arnold, supports the 22-year-old, giving Liverpool an advantage in the talks.
The defender’s native identity is an additional bonus, making him more important in the sense of the Brexit reforms to be implemented.