Liverpool boss Jürgen Klopp confirms that Adam Lallana will leave the club when the season concludes. Klopp says he won’t choose Lallana to take part in Liverpool’s final matches during this campaign because he wants to protect the footballer’s next career move.
The 32-year-old penned a short-term extension to his deal in Liverpool to see out the 2019–20 season. However, he has not been in four matches for the Premier League champions since the restart after the COVID-19 crisis. The attacking midfielder had several injuries during the last two seasons, and now Klopp doesn’t want to jeopardize his future transfers, despite the fact the football player is fully fit right now. Klopp praises Lallana’s service throughout his time at the club, adding he is a legend at Liverpool, and there is a bright future ahead of him.
Lallana, who moved to Liverpool in 2014, will be fondly remembered after 22 goals in 178 games. The midfielder has a number of options when his contract ends. However, he is most likely to rejoin Brendan Rodgers at Leicester.