Liverpool star Adam Lallana has reportedly had Premier League side Leicester City get in contact with his representatives about a possible summer transfer.
According to Sky Sports, Leicester have made an initial approach to the player’s agent about trying to negotiate a move to the King Power Stadium at the end of the season.
The 31-year-old’s contract at Anfield expires in the summer and it is understood that Liverpool have made it clear they don’t plan to offer him a new deal.
The report explains that the Reds have given their blessing for the attacking midfielder to plan his future for next season, which has promoted Leicester into an early move to try secure a deal.
Foxes manager Brendan Rodgers wants to form a reunion after originally signing him at Liverpool for £25million (BBC) in 2014.
Lallana is set to depart Liverpool at the end of the campaign, but should do a Premier League champion and he’s had some extremely high points on Merseyside.
The English playmaker hasn’t played a regular role this season though in his 19 appearances across all competitions and the January arrival of Takumi Minamino from Red Bull Salzburg may have pushed him even further down the pecking order.
But Lallana is a versatile star that can play in central or wide attacking positions and has the vision to impact a game.
He would be a great addition to the Leicester squad next season, who as it stands will be able to offer Champions League football and that could be a big appeal.