Brendan Rodgers should be keen to stamp his authority on the Leicester City squad in the summer and should be considering potential targets to bring to the King Power Stadium.
One man that should crop up on his radar is Liverpool’s Adam Lallana, who he signed when he was manager at Anfield.
The attacking midfielder has made just 13 senior appearances for the Merseyside club this campaign and his contract is due to expire in 2020.
With his opportunities at a premium in Jurgen Klopp’s squad, Rodgers should consider reuniting with him in the East Midlands and handing him a fresh challenge.
Lallana’s career is at a crossroads at Liverpool right now, but former boss Rodgers could definitely help get the best out of him.
Leicester have loanee Youri Tielemans filling a role as an attack-minded midfielder, but the squad needs a couple more additions if they are to really challenge for European positions next year.
Lallana is a two-footed player that could be a brilliant option for the Foxes going forward and there is no doubt about his technical ability.
The 34-time capped England international has proven himself to be an elite Premier League performer at times with Liverpool and Southampton, while Rodgers could definitely help him settle quickly.
Lallana, who earns £110,000-a-week (Spotrac), would definitely bring some extra guile and finesse to the Leicester ranks.