Liverpool are interested in signing Jamal Lewis from Norwich as they look to bring in cover for Andy Robertson.

There has been no bid or formal approach from the Premier League champions at this stage, but the club would certainly look to do business at around the £10m mark.

However, Norwich will be looking for around £20m before contemplating selling and will be confident of getting that as Lewis has three years left on his contract.

A player plus cash deal could be a possibility as Norwich are understood to be interested in left-back Yasser Larouci, who Liverpool have already made available.

Crucially, Larouci is part of the 'home grown quota', so there is potential for a similar situation to the one that saw Kevin Stewart leave Anfield for Hull at the same time as Andy Robertson joined Liverpool in 2017.

Any potential deal for Lewis is very much dependent on the player's wishes given he is used to playing regular first team football. The 22-year-old made 28 Premier League appearances for Norwich last season.