Liverpool’s first attempt at signing left-back Jamal Lewis has been rejected by Norwich City.
Liverpool has identified their left-back target in the shape of young Northern Irishman, Jamal Lewis. Not long after naming the player as the proposed backup for world-star fullback, Andrew Robertson, the Anfield club didn’t waste time in tabling their opening bid.
An offer of £10 million was put forward to Norwich City, which was rejected without a second thought. The now relegated and Championship side is demanding a higher fee for one of their 2019-2020 breakout players.
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The Canaries want double or nothing. Cheesy but the truth. Old but gold. For the champions of the Premier League, they are fooling no club and only their fans in saying they have no money and will look for cheap alternatives.
After winning the league, last year’s Champions League, Super Cup, and Club World Cup, there is bound to be money lurking somewhere in that deep pockets of FSG.
Liverpool have had a £10million offer rejected by Norwich City for left-back Jamal Lewis.
It was revealed earlier this week that Lewis was on the Reds’ radar with the Premier League champions willing to go to around £10m for the Northern Ireland international.
Norwich are hoping to get around £20million for one of their stars of last season with negotiations expected to continue with the Premier League champions. (Via: liverpoolecho.co.uk)
No Robbo repeat here
Jurgen Klopp and Michael Edwards are regarded as geniuses for their business with Robertson when they acquired his services for £8 million back in 2017. Their business mould and manner of which they obtaining players on a cheap has stood out in recent markets. Sadly, that will not be the case this time.
Clubs want their money on the receiving end while Liverpool is unwilling to pay more money for a player who will be used as a backup in the near future. At 22-years-old, this would be the perfect move for Jamal to revive his football career after recently getting relegated with his club.