With the transfer window now open, Liverpool will be looking to strengthen certain areas of the squad. One talked about position is left back.
There is no doubt thay Andy Robertson is the first choice left back and arguably the best in his position currently across Europe. In the past James Milner and more recently Neco Williams have filled in at left back when Robertson was not available, but both are right footers and not natural left backs. Many Liverpool fans have been crying out for a backup left back for a while now and according to reports in the Independent, Liverpool are considering Norwich City’s Jamal Lewis as an option.
It is said the Reds are willing to pay £10m for the 22-year-old following his sides relegation from the Premier League.
Lewis would he a very good option as he is an attack minded left back much in the same mould as Robertson and he is naturally a left sided player. His Premier League experience will bode well as he will not need a settling in period into the league. Like Robertson who also joined Liverpool after being relegated with Hull, Lewis will need some time to learn and get used to Klopp’s way of football as a lot of emphasis is placed on the full backs.
This is one deal many Liverpool fans will be hoping goes through.