Adam Lallana has been named the 2016 English player of the year Lallana scored three goals in 10 appearances for the Euro 2016 participants Southampton’s Nathan Redmond was named the U-21 player of the year
Liverpool midfielder Adam Lallana has been named as the Vauxhall England Player of the Year 2016.
The 28-year-old appeared at Euro 2016 with the Three Lions and was influential as Liverpool has a wonderful first half of the season.
The 27 year old scored three goals in 10 appearances for England.
The winner of the award was chosen by the England Supporters Club, with 39 per cent of those polled choosing Lallana, ahead of Jamie Vardy (12 per cent) and Wayne Rooney (eight per cent).
Southampton’s Nathan Redmond was awarded the Under-21 Player of the Year for 2016.
Redmond made his England U-21 debut in 2013, and has gone on to make 33 appearances for the underage side, scoring nine goals.