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Jamal Lewis didn't get his dream Reds move after the champions failed to return with a better bid

Jamal Lewis didn't get his dream Reds move after the champions failed to return with a better bid

Jamal Lewis didn't get his dream Reds move after the champions failed to return with a better bid

The most successful left-back in Liverpool history has urged Jamal Lewis not to give up on his Reds dream.

The Northern Ireland star is reported to have been heartbroken when Norwich turned down a £10m bid from the Premier League champions last week.

Norwich chief executive Stuart Webber expected the Anfield side to return with a bid nearer the £20m the Canaries value the 22-year-old at, but there was no counter offer.