Adam Lallana signs new one-year deal

Midfielder extends stay at The Amex.

By Charlie Hanson • 13 March 2023

By Paul Hazlewood
Adam Lallana joined Albion in 2020 after departing Liverpool.

We’re pleased to confirm that Adam Lallana has signed a new contract that runs until summer 2024.

The 34-year-old has made 74 appearances for us since joining from Liverpool in 2020, scoring four goals.

Men’s first-team head coach Roberto De Zerbi said, “I am absolutely delighted for Adam, it is an honour for me and the club to continue working with him.”

Having joined us after winning the Premier League, Champions League and UEFA Super Cup during a six-year spell on Merseyside, the former England international has been a key figure on and off the pitch as we beat our best ever points return in the top-flight on two occasions since his arrival.

Adam began his career with Southampton, coming through the youth ranks before helping Saints to back-to-back promotions from League One to the Premier League. He would captain his boyhood club, before making the move to Liverpool in 2014.

Personal accolades have seen him named in the League One (2010/11), Championship (2011/12) and Premier League teams of the year (2013/14), as well as winning the England Player of the Year in 2016.