This summer is sure to see as many outgoings as incoming at Liverpool. The Reds are likely to offload some fringe players as talented footballers seek first team football. According to a report in The Telegraph, Leicester City are keen on signing Adam Lallana in the summer.
Liverpool signed Lallana from Southampton way back in 2014, paying the South Coast side £25m for their captain.
The England midfielder’s Anfield career has been hampered by injuries.
The chronically crocked but fleet footed dribbler has spent a lot of time on treatment table but whenever he has been fit enough to play he has worked his socks off for the team, firmly writing himself into Kopites’ good books with his determination.
Lallana’s Anfield journey is sure to come to an end over the summer. The Englishman is out of contract and given his age and injury record a new deal is unlikely to be offered.
According to a report in The Telegraph, Brendan Rodgers is keen on Leicester City bringing in Adam Lallana.
The paper believe that Rodgers’ relationship with Lallana, The Foxes’ attractive football and probably Champions League qualification make the club an attractive prospect for the midfielder.
What RTK has to say
Leicester City signing Lallana seems to be a good move for all involved.
The 31-year-old is an immensely talented footballer, sitting on the bench for the final few seasons of his career would be a waste.
With The Foxes sure to be competing in Europe next season, it would be fantastic next step for the ex-Southampton man. James Maddison could leave the King Power Stadium over the summer, making Lallana a key fixture in the Leicester lineup should be make the switch.