Lallana move race ‘hots up as Burnley join the five-club battle for him’

Burnley is the most recent club to join the race for Liverpool’s Adam Lallana as Sean Dyche offers to persuade the midfielder to make the transition to Turf Moor.

Lallana will be one of various Premier League players to sign expansions to their agreements in the coming a long time as his present contract with the Reds will abandon June 30.

Anyway he will remain on until the finish of the season so as to very likely get a Premier League victors’ decoration, as the Reds stand only two successes from lifting a first top-flight alliance title in quite a while.

There remains the likelihood that Lallana, 32, could remain on at Liverpool for the 2020/21 season, yet the previous Southampton man appears to be sure to proceed onward looking for increasingly customary first-group football somewhere else in the Premier League.

Leicester City is at the leader of the line to acquire Lallana as manager Brendan Rodgers would like to collaborate with the midfielder he finished the paperwork for Liverpool in 2014.

The Foxes could have the special reward of Champions League football on offer next season, and remain the top choices to bait the 34-times topped England midfielder to the King Power Stadium.

London trio Arsenal, Tottenham, and West Ham are likewise in the pack of clubs wanting to sign Lallana, and they have now been joined by Dyche’s eager Burnley.

Lallana joined the Reds from Southampton for £25million in the late summer of 2014 and was customary in his initial three seasons at the club until injury issues started to strike.

Anyway he has made more appearances in the current season than in both of the last two, and scored an essential equalizer for the Reds in a 1-1 draw at Manchester United in October.

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