Liverpool striker Rickie Lambert is all but headed out of Anfield after a disappointing season.
He has already drawn interest from West Bromwich Albion, who will be facing competition though as Lambert is now being pursued by Leicester City, according to the Daily Mail.
The 33-year-old striker was signed from Southampton for £4.5m last summer, and the Reds are hoping to offload him for a similar price.
It appears that Lambert will be dropping down the Premier League, unless someone other than West Brom or Leicester emerge as a suitor.
Lambert looked like a shell of his former self in his only season with Liverpool, as he scored three goals despite making 36 appearances. He managed 117 goals in his five-year stint with Southampton.
Leicester are looking to build on their 14th-place finish in the 2014-15 Premier League standings, but now have former Chelsea boss Claudio Ranieri in charge instead of the sacked Nigel Pearson.
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