Bloomfield Road man heading for Anfield move?
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Ian Holloway has warned rival Premier League managers they will have to pay over £10million to sign Blackpool captain Charlie Adam.
Speaking after his side’s narrow 2-1 home defeat to Sunderland, Holloway again described recent bids from Aston Villa,Birmingham and Liverpool for the 25-year-old as “insulting”.
Holloway insisted that Adam will not be leaving Bloomfield Road unless the club receives a much improved offer.
He said: “It’s a simple fact that if he’s in contract and a club doesn’t come up with the amount of money we think is right then it doesn’t matter.
“Because it’s Liverpool he’s very flattered because they are a huge club.”
SOURCE: Sky Sports
Blackpool manager Ian Holloway has once again attempted to quash speculation linking his prized asset with a move to Anfield however his valuation of the Scottish midfielder has dramatically reduced in the last couple of days and perhaps most interestingly, odds on Charlie Adam moving to Liverpool have been slashed to 1/10 with SkyBet, which would appear to indicate that a deal may be on the cards.
Liverpool’s original offer may well have been deemed offensive but the Anfield side are apparently ready to up their bid to around £8.5m which may be the kind of offer that the Tangerines accept as they appear to have realised that the former Rangers man has had his head turned by interest shown by the Merseyside club.
Some reports also suggest that the talented Blackpool midfielder was waving farewell to the Bloomfield Road crowd after the club’s defeat against Sunderland.
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