• Adam Lallana will be without a contract this summer
  • He has decided to part ways with Liverpool in search of more playing time
  • Arsenal, Spurs, Leicester City are expected to go after him 

Leicester City reportedly have joined the likes of Arsenal and Tottenham in the race to sign Liverpool star Adam Lallana.

Lallana, who is going to be out of contract this summer, is believed to have decided to end his six-year association with Liverpool, who are approaching to their first Premier League title in 30 years.e

The 31-year-old midfielder is not expected to receive a contract extension and hence, he will be available on a free transfer in the upcoming summer. A series of clubs are already ready to pounce on the talented English soccer player.

According to news reports, clubs such as Arsenal, Spurs and West Ham have been keenly watching his developments in the Merseyside. The latest update has come from the Telegraph which reported that Brendan Rodgers, who had signed Lallana from Southampton when he was Liverpool’s boss, is aiming to repeat that but this time as Leicester City’s manager.

It is understood that the midfielder is now open to negotiations and can even sign a pre-contract agreement with a club overseas. However, he is determined to continue giving his 100 percent for Liverpool until the end of the season as Jurgen Klopp made it clear at the January transfer window that he won’t lose Lallana even if the club will lose on a transfer fee.

Lallana, who will become a free agent in June, has a pretty sorted relationship with the German boss having played 19 matches this season under him.

Adam Lallana, Liverpool
Adam Lallana and Liverpool celebrate his late winner against Norwich City. Getty Images

Even though he is in good terms with Klopp and has a wonderful time with his Liverpool teammates, Lallana has decided that he does not want to spend more time on the bench and hence has decided to part ways with the Reds in search of more regular soccer games in some other club.

Having joined Liverpool in 2014, under Rogers, Lallana has scored 18 goals in 126 appearances so far. He scored the crucial goal against Manchester United this season that helped the Reds draw the match at Old Trafford. That fixture remains the only draw recorded by the Premier League leaders this season and the Reds are now just six wins away from clinching the coveted trophy.