Lallana will be one of many Premier League players to sign contract extensions in the coming weeks as her current deal with the Reds ends on June 30.
However, he will remain until the end of the campaign to almost certainly win a Premier League winner’s medal, with the Reds standing just two wins away from winning their first high-level league title in 30 years.
Lallana, 32, may still be able to stay in Liverpool for the 2020/21 season, but the former Southampton man seems certain to be looking for more consistent first-team football elsewhere in the Premier League.
Leicester City leads the way to bring in Lallana as boss Brendan Rodgers hopes to team up with the midfielder he signed for Liverpool in 2014.
The Foxes could have the additional Champions League football bonus on offer next season and remain the favorites to attract the 34-time English midfielder to the King Power stadium.
The London trio Arsenal, Tottenham and West Ham are also among the clubs hoping to sign Lallana, and are now joined by ambitious Burnley de Dyche.
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Lallana joined the Southampton Reds for 25 million pounds in the summer of 2014 and was a regular in his first three seasons at the club until injury problems began to emerge.
However, he has made more appearances in the current season than either of the last two, and scored a crucial equalizer for the Reds in a 1-1 draw at Manchester United in October .