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Rangers Installed as Bookies’ Favourite to Sign Adam Lallana From Liverpool

Rangers Installed as Bookies’ Favourite to Sign Adam Lallana From Liverpool

Rangers are being linked with a surprise move for Liverpool‘s out-of-favour midfielder Adam Lallana this afternoon, as bookmakers install the Gers as the favourites to nab his signature.

Lallana was tipped to be a star player for Liverpool this season after struggling for most of last season with a troublesome groin injury, but hasn’t looked up to speed in several of his appearances throughout the campaign.

Once again, a spate of niggling injuries have prevented the England international from making any serious impact on the Reds’ squad, leading to speculation suggesting he could be surplus to requirements at Anfield.

According to oddschecker.com, Bet Victor have made the Light Blues the joint front-runners at 4/1 to secure his signature before the window closes.

Lallana has also been tipped to head to Turkey on loan, with Fenerbahce reportedly interested in the 30-year-old former Southampton star.

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