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Liverpool’s plan to sign Norwich City full-back Jamal Lewis for £10 million is set to fail, according to the Telegraph.

Liverpool have become keen admirers of Lewis, and were plotting a move for the 22-year-old.

However, it is claimed that Norwich want far more than Liverpool were preparing to offer.

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Jurgen Klopp’s side had planned to bid £10 million for the Norwich defender, but it seems that would be a rather fruitless exercise, as the Canaries would ‘instantly reject’ such an offer.

Norwich want at least £20 million for their full-back, which may may Liverpool think twice about signing him.

The Reds had wanted Lewis to provide cover for Andy Robertson at left-back next term.

However, with Norwich demanding a sizeable fee, Liverpool may have to look at alternative options, given their limited budget.

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