Liverpool is ready to listen to offers for the former Southampton skipper.
As per the reports, Jürgen Klopp will supposedly sell Adam Lallana next summer if the English man continues to be on the edge of The Reds squad.
His role at the Anfield is becoming negligible with the passing days. The only start that the former Southampton skipper made this season was during the League cup at MK Dons which speaks volumes about his role at Anfield.
The 31-year-old is falling out of favour under Jürgen Klopp. Firstly the injury proems that has stunted his growth at Merseyside and lack of substance in his game both holding him back to grow at Liverpool. Thus, selling him next summer makes a perfect sense.
The Reds are willing to listen to offers for their Englishman as he appears to be edging closer towards the exit door.
The attacking midfielder joined Liverpool with a big reputation back in 2014 but couldn’t make any mark with his performance. In the first half of 2016/17 there have been the spells of good form but later been sidelined by the injury.
Since his arrival, Liverpool has progressed a lot but Lallana has stood still, if not gone backwards.
Adam Lallana should have been sold this year itself as he is no longer good enough to start or even contribute from the bench and is also stoping Harry Wilson from featuring for the first team.
It is a complete sadness that the Midfielder couldn’t thrive at Liverpool as he could have had a great career at the Anfield. Journey being filled with constant injuries hindered his growth, when he seemed to be a perfect midfielder for Jürgen Klopp’s geggenpressing style.
Hopefully, Liverpool is edging closer towards winning the Premier League and Champions League this season and Adam Lallana can take an exit from the club on a positive note.
The Reds have an abundant of midfield options with the likes of Fabinho, Jordan Henderson, Gini Wijnaldum, James Milner, Naby Keita and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain all ahead of Lallana in the pecking order. The time has come when Lallana must quit playing for European champions and start playing for mid-table Premier League side.