The new English champions - Liverpool - will try to strengthen their defence before the start of next season with cover for Andy Robertson a priority.
One name which appeared in the British press recently is Norwich City's Jamal Lewis, who has been mentioned by Betindex.bet online.
The 22-year-old Northern Irishman plays as a left-back, where the "reds" need reinforcements. Robertson is the established first choice but there is no natural cover or competition for him. For this reason, manager Jurgen Klopp wants to find a suitable alternative to the Scotsman and Lewis may fit the bill.
Veteran James Milner has also been used at left back during recent seasons but he is certainly not an option for the future. In the matches for the League Cup, the 19-year-old Frenchman Yasser Larouci was also tried for this position but he is bound to the Merseysiders only until next summer and refuses to renew his contract at the moment.
Lewis is a product of the Norwich Academy and this season he has played 31 matches in all competitions, in which he scored one goal. He has a contract with the team until the summer of 2023 and according to the portal Transfermarkt.com his price is 11 million euros.
Money is likely to be tight this summer but that's a price that the Reds should be able to afford, especially if one or two fringe players move on.