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Liverpool should not stand in way of 31-year-old’s move back home

Liverpool should not stand in way of 31-year-old’s move back home

Liverpool will be looking to regroup over the summer after what must have been a devastating final few weeks of the Premier League which saw Man City seal the title ahead of them.

Despite a record points haul for a team finishing in second, Liverpool have still had a superb campaign and if they can win the Champions League in a few weeks time, then it will have turned into a massively successful campaign on the whole for the Reds.

Manager Jurgen Klopp will have some big decisions to make over the summer you would think, with potential signings bound to be something on his mind, while certain members of his squad will no doubt be looking for clarification on their future.

One of those players is long serving midfielder Adam Lallana, who has this weekend been linked with a move back to Southampton.

Lallana is reportedly keen on making a return to his former club, and here in the Tavern we feel that the Reds would be well served allowing Lallana to make the move back to the Saints and get the chance to get his career firmly back on track.

The England international is now 31, and he will be keen to get some first-team action under his belt rather than sit and watch Liverpool compete for trophies and success without him.

A move to the Saints is not all bad though for Lallana. He would be moving to a club which is seemingly on the up under manager Ralph Hassenhuttl, and he’d be welcomed back with open arms to St Mary’s you would think by a support base who ever really wanted to see him leave.

Liverpool are going to continue getting better, and while Lallana remains a quality midfield player, his time with the club could well be coming to an end with the Saints waiting in the wings to snap him up.

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