Liverpool face a battle with Tottenham to secure the signature of Charlie Adam this summer, but reports today suggest a proposed move for the Scottish midfielder is most certainly still on the cards.
Adam was denied a move to Anfield in January when Blackpool boss Ian Holloway deemed him pivotal to the club’s survival in the Premier League.
The Tangerines captain scored twice more at the weekend to keep Blackpool’s chances of staying up alive, but an exit from Bloomfield Road seems almost certain for the summer.
Adam could be tempted by a move to a club playing European football, with Liverpool now just four points behind fifth place Spurs – a place which would land the Reds a Europa League spot for next season.
With Blackpool’s low financials, Adam could leave on a cheaper deal than originally propose in January, when Blackpool reportedly turned down a £9million offer for the 25-year-old.
Kenny Dalglish was at Ewood Park on Saturday to see Adam produce another fine performance that has earned him lots of praise and attention this season.