Leicester City is still keen to complete a move for Adam Lallana, according to reports.
At the end of the season when Lallana becomes a free agent, Brendan Rodgers wants to swoop for the playmaker from Liverpool, The Daily Star reports.
Including Premier League rivals Everton, Lallana was linked to a few clubs, but City was at the forefront of most rumors about the future of the player.
It was Rodgers who took Lallana from Southampton to Liverpool in July 2014 for £25m and now England international is expected to leave Anfield at the end of the season.
In July 2014 Rodgers took Lallana from Southampton to Liverpool for £25m and now England international is expected to leave Anfield at the end of the season.
To help the Reds win the Premier League title, Lallana extended his contract which was supposed to expire at the end of June.
Earlier this week Klopp reported that Lallana is not going to take any further part now that the title is wrapped up to shield him from injury.
“It is clear that, if the season ever begins, Adam will leave the club in the season,” he said.
“I ‘m missing something about him already. He’s still here right now but we’re going to miss him. He’s one of the most important players on the standard of training I’ve ever had in my life.”
“But now we have a difficult situation and I will respect Adam a lot.”
“Everything with Adam is sorted, let me say it like this. He is so fit, he is training, everything is fine, but the future is his future.”
“And if we need his help on the pitch we can get it. He trains 100% but as long as we don’t need him, he will just train.”