The midfielder has one game left on his extended contract, but he’s not likely to feature much, if at all, as Liverpool travel to Newcastle.
Jurgen Klopp had already acknowledged that the team had to protect him with a move on the way, but his presence on the training ground and the fact he had been a part of the journey throughout the German’s tenure meant he stayed involved to the end.
Lallana recently expressed his sadness at leaving, but said he was departing in the best possible way as a Premier League champion.
Lallana will depart after 178 games and 22 goals for the Reds, assuming no more arrive on Sunday, and with the gratitude of many fans and all his team-mates and coaches after half a dozen years at Anfield.
Good luck, Adam!