Liverpool attacker Adam Lallana has been tipped to cross over to Leicester City once his contract with Liverpool comes to an end in the summer.
According to former England international Paul Robison, Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers is a big admirer of the player and would like a reunion with his work made easier since the 32-year old will be a free agent.
“Lallana and Leicester are the perfect fit. Brendan Rodgers brought him to Liverpool so he is obviously a player that he likes and admires.
“That player-manager relationship is there so if he is to leave Anfield this summer Leicester would seem almost a certain option for him, provided Brendan wants him.
“He is a top player and he has a long-while left. He has had a very good time at Liverpool, but he is now of an age where he will not want to be sitting on the bench. It is an age where you want to play football. It could be a harmonious transfer for everybody,” Robinson told Football Insider.
Lallana has found games hard to come by at Liverpool due to the form of the attacking players at the club with the forward only managing 22 appearances this season with only eight of those being starts.
The player who has only scored one goal and provided two assists in 869 total minutes has 34 caps for the England national team.