Brighton and Hove Albion midfielder Adam Lallana has revealed his biggest regret at Liverpool.
The Englishman left Anfield in the summer of 2020 for the Seagulls signing a three-year deal at the Amex on a free transfer in the process. Lallana thinks not being able to celebrate with the Liverpool fans after winning the Premier League was a sad way to end his time at the club.
"It was a sad way to leave because it was covid and didn't get to have a final game at Anfield with the fans. We were the champions but lifted the trophy to an empty stadium. I'd be lying if I said I'm not looking forward to going back there.
"It will be special, lots of friends, we achieved greatness together. I obviously want to go back there and win but we have an important game on Wednesday against Leicester and will be great to go through to the next round of the cup," he said.
Lallana scored 22 goals in 178 games for Liverpool and won the Champions League in 2019 and the Premier League a year later.