Lallana appears set to leave Liverpool at the end of the season and is free to speak to any foreign clubs about a summer switch.
Jurgen Klopp blocked a potential exit for Lallana in January with Liverpool battling to win their first ever Premier League title and defending their Champions League crown.
However, several clubs are vying for Lallana’s signature, including Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal, West Ham and Tottenham.
Lallana has not held talks with any clubs as he focuses on helping Liverpool to a historic title.
Liverpool are 22 points clear at the top of the table and Lallana will pick up a winners medal after 13 league appearances this season.
Klopp has used Lallana sparingly during the season, but the 31-year-old has impressed when called upon.
Lallana has started just three league games and his most memorable moment so far this season was when he came off the bench to score a crucial equaliser against Manchester United back in October.
The Englishman wants more playing time and will have the pick of a host of clubs when the current campaign comes to a close.
A reunion with Rodgers could appeal to Lallana, considering the Leicester coach was the man to sign him for Liverpool in 2014.
There has been no indication from Liverpool that they will offer Lallana a new deal.