Adam Lallana reflects on his time at Anfield

Adam Lallana left Liverpool to join Brighton in 2020.

The Reds signed the England international for a transfer fee of £27.90 million from Southampton back in 2014.

He registered 22 goals and 22 assists in 178 appearances for the Reds in his six-year spell.

The midfielder was a squad player for the team but he could never stay fit consistently to play for the first team.

Injuries and lack of form ultimately killed his time at Anfield.

The 34-year-old midfielder who won four major trophies with Liverpool reflects on his time at Anfield.

He told Gaz’s Golf: “When (Klopp) first came in, that was sort of his model. You’d drop the kids off, go for breakfast, but you couldn’t play golf before you trained.

“There would have been an element of that because playing for Liverpool, it’s literally your life. Whereas coming out of Liverpool, I feel like I’ve got a little bit more of a life back.

“Not that I didn’t enjoy it – I loved it at the time. But I love it at Brighton now for different reasons.”


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