The Liverpool midfielder, who signed for the Reds from Southampton in 2014, is out-of-contract this summer and is highly unlikely to sign a new deal at Anfield.
As a result, he is already allowed to talk to foreign clubs about a summer move but Leicester, managed by Brendan Rodgers, have looked to steal a march on other Premier League clubs by making an enquiry, according to Sky Sports.
Leicester have made an initial enquiry about a summer move for Liverpool’s Adam Lallana
Leicester manager Brendan Rodgers signed Lallana whilst he was manager of the Reds
The report details that Lallana would need Liverpool’s permission to talk to other English clubs before his current contract expires in June, but the Reds have allowed the midfielder to plan his future.
Arsenal, Tottenham and West Ham are other Premier League clubs reportedly keeping an eye on Lallana’s situation ahead of the summer window.
Rodgers signed Lallana at Liverpool, but only worked with him for 15 months after he was sacked in October 2015.
Lallana has been a bit-part player this season under Jurgen Klopp, mostly being used in cup competitions.
He has started just three Premier League games this season and has not completed 90 minutes in any of them.
He did however score a crucial equaliser at Old Trafford in October – his only goal so far this season – which preserved Liverpool’s unbeaten run in the Premier League.
The 31-year-old has been used sparingly, but did score a crucial goal against Man United
In his five-and-a-half years at the club, Lallana has scored 22 times and recorded exactly the same amount of assists in 175 appearances in all competitions.
The Foxes have had a stellar season thus far, and are likely to be able to offer Champions League football as an incentive for Lallana to join the club.
They are currently third in the Premier League table, 10 points clear of fifth-placed Tottenham Hotspur.