Adam Lallana is an attacking midfielder who plays for Premier League club Liverpool and the England national football team. Debuting for the Three Lions in November 2013 Lallana is known for his world class playmaking and dribbling abilities. Lallana joined Liverpool in the summer of 2014.
Born on the 10th of May 1988 in St Albans, England, Lallana began his club career at Southampton joining the side in 2000 aged 12 years old. Lallana was involved with the club's youth squads playing the in the FA Youth Cup for the 2004-05 and 2005-06 sides. Lallana made his first team debut for the Saints in August 2006 in a 5-2 win over Yeovil Town in the League Cup.
Lallana became a first team regular at the start of the 2008-09 season for the club where he finished the 2009-10 season with 20 goals in all competitions making him the first Southampton midfielder to achieve the feat since Matthew Le Tissier's 20 goals in the 1994-95 season. Lallana then went on to help the club gain promotions to the Championship and Premier League earning his Three Lions debut in the process in November 2013. Lallana then signed a 25 million pound deal with Liverpool making him the second player from Southampton to join Liverpool in the summer of 2014.
Having played for several youth sides for England, Lallana along with Southampton team mate Rickie Lambert was called up to the England squad for a friendly against Chile. He made his debut against Chile losing 2-0. His first assist for England came against Denmark in a 1-0 win.