Former Liverpool midfielder Adam Lallana has accomplished his transfer to Brighton, the Seagulls have introduced.
Lallana, 32, moved to Anfield from Southampton in 2014 and returns to the south coast having signed a three-year contract with Brighton.
Brighton boss Graham Potter advised the membership’s official web site: “Adam is a very thrilling signing for us, somebody I’m positive the supporters will likely be actually trying ahead to seeing play as and when issues are in a position to start to return to regular.
“To have each his expertise and high quality out on the pitch will likely be an excellent addition for us, and I do know he will likely be a superb function mannequin for our youthful gamers within the squad.”
Lallana, who has gained 34 senior caps for England, made 22 appearances for Liverpool in all competitions this season.
He final appeared for Jurgen Klopp’s aspect of their residence win in opposition to Bournemouth in March – their final Premier League recreation earlier than the season was suspended.
The previous Southampton midfielder was a Champions League winner with Liverpool final season and helped the membership finish their 30-year look ahead to an English top-flight title final month.
Lallana has made 196 Premier League appearances in complete, scoring 30 objectives, and appeared for England in each the 2014 World Cup and 2016 European Championships.
In addition to the Champions League, Lallana has gained the FIFA World Membership Championship and European Tremendous Cup with Liverpool.
He additionally gained back-to-back promotions with Southampton from League One to the Premier League beginning in 2012.
Potter added: “There isn’t a doubting Adam’s high quality, and when you take a look at his footballing CV his skill is obvious for everybody to see.
“He has performed on the very highest stage, for each membership and nation, and achieved nice issues. He has a wealth of expertise alongside his technical high quality.
“The honours he gained throughout his time at Liverpool, and the excessive regard by which he’s held at Anfield, solely additional underline his skill and character.”