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Liverpool have had a £10m bid for Norwich left-back Jamal Lewis rejected as they look to bring in cover for Andy Robertson.
Norwich are unhappy with Liverpool's conduct in their pursuit for Lewis.
They consider the offer derisory, with the Canaries valuing the Northern Ireland international at £20m.
Despite relegation from the Premier League, Norwich are under no pressure to sell the 22-year-old.
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 rising star made 28 Premier League appearances for Norwich last season.
With Robertson first-choice left-back, game time is not guaranteed at Anfield.
Rising star Jamal Lewis in action with Norwich.
Linfield are off to Switzerland for their Champions League preliminary round mini-tournament.
They face San Marino minnows Tre Fiori on Saturday hoping to make Tuesday's final.
A Glentoran goalkeeper is on the move after one season at the Oval:
Goalkeeper Marijan Antolovic has left Glentoran to return to his native Croatia.— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) August 5, 2020
He leaves with an Irish Cup winner's medal after being part of the squad for Friday's final victory v @BallymenaUnited
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Meanwhile, there's another new recruit at Warrenpoint:
Warrenpoint Town boss Barry Gray makes his fifth signing of the summer - Scottish winger and striker Matthew Knox.— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) August 6, 2020
The 20-year-old previously played for Livingston, East Fife and Berwick and also had trials at Rangers, Man United & Liverpool.
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