Liverpool midfielder Adam Lallana is being lined up as a potential transfer target for PSG, according to the Daily Mirror.
Should Liverpool look to keep Adam Lallana?
Lallana, 31, has made just eight appearances this season for the Reds, finding difficulty in breaking into a team that sits at the top of the Premier League.
The former Southampton captain did score the equaliser at Old Trafford to ensure that Jurgen Klopp’s men maintained their unbeaten start, however.
He’s out of contract at Anfield in the summer, leaving the French giants free to pursue his signature on a free transfer when the January transfer window arrives.
Thomas Tuchel wants Lallana to replace forward Edinson Cavani, who is being linked with a move to the MLS.
LA Galaxy are chasing the Uruguayan to replace the recently departed Zlatan Ibrahimovic, who left the club after two seasons.
Lallana would hardly be a natural replacement; in his 186 Premier League games, the England intentional has scored 30 goals, a strike rate that falls some way short of Cavani’s.
Here’s how some Liverpool fans reacted to the transfer rumour:
PSG wants Adam Lallana then they should give us Kylian Mbappe plus £100m, it’s simple, you want our best player then give your best player, Lallana will tear Ligue 1 alone with his Cruyff turns pic.twitter.com/UAa6w1ywIi
— 🇩🇪🐐 (@its_me_axad) November 17, 2019
As much as I like Lallana it’s got to to be time to move him on as his fitness issues don’t let him have enough game time.
— Rob Lewis (@Scally_Lewis) November 18, 2019
I’ll take Cavani! Imagine that head on Trent and Robbos crosses!
— Sam B-K ⚡️🎤🎸 (@thesambk) November 18, 2019
Time for Wilson, Grujic, … to shine.. enough of Lallana
— Liverbird 6️⃣✖️🏆UCL (@NtcRick) November 18, 2019
Don’t know about a new deal, don’t think we should let him go for nothing though
— Colin freeman (@keeweeman) November 18, 2019
Time to move on, thanks for the memories
— Alan (@acowan2307) November 18, 2019
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