French champions PSG have reportedly made Liverpool’s Adam Lallana a target for the upcoming transfer window.
According to the Daily Mirror, Edinson Cavani has agreed to replace Zlatan Ibrahimovic at LA Galaxy, and Lallana is the man that Thomas Tuchel wants to bring in to replace him.
With his contract set to expire next summer, Lallana is free to sign a pre-contract agreement with any club abroad from the turn of the year, though he could yet sign an extension at Anfield given how much Jurgen Klopp likes him.
As per the report, clubs in China and MLS have also been linked with Lallana over the last few weeks but Klopp does not want to lose him just yet – certainly not halfway through the campaign.
At the age of 31 and on a basic wage of £65,000 per week according to the Daily Mirror, it would be no surprise to see Lallana leave next summer in search of more game time.
Whether that would come at PSG, though, is perhaps unlikely. He’s hardly a direct replacement for Cavani, either, so it’s a bit of a weird story.