Norwich City’s Jamal Lewis was “surprised” with Liverpool’s bid for him, according to Eastern Daily Press.

It has been reported that Lewis cut short his holiday to secure a move to Anfield.

Liverpool reportedly submitted a bid of £8 million for Lewis. The bid was rejected by Norwich City.

It had been reported that the Canaries were hoping to receive £20 million for Lewis.

Lewis was apparently left “surprised” with Liverpool’s “modest” offer for him. This is despite the fact that the pandemic has impacted clubs financially.

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ANFIELD WATCH VERDICT

At the end of the day, if Liverpool felt that Lewis was not worth anymore than £8 million, then that is all that matters.

We are prepared to back the club in when it comes to transfers. The reality is, Klopp has won the Champions League and Premier League with a net spend of £64 million.

We actually can’t believe that Norwich City reportedly wanted £20 million for Lewis. TransferMarkt believe Lewis is worth €11 million, which shows that Liverpool’s valuation for the left-back was reasonably accurate.

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