Anfield man makes Britannia Stadium move.
STOKE CITY have made their first move on transfer deadline day by sealing the signing of Scottish international Charlie Adam from Liverpool for an undisclosed fee.
The 26-year-old former Glasgow Rangers and Blackpool midfielder put pen-to-paper on a four-year contract after agreeing personal terms and passing a medical at the Club’s Clayton Wood Training Ground in the countdown to today’s transfer deadline.
Adam’s move was sealed before midday which hopefully means that he will be available for Saturday’s Premier League match at Wigan Athletic.
SOURCE: Official Stoke City website
Brendan Rodgers may well have taken Charlie Adam aside and informed he wasn’t part of his plans as just a few days ago the Scottish international was seemingly keen on fighting for his place in the Anfield starting set-up. A move to Stoke City has progressed fairly swiftly and could well help to secure regular first team football for the former Blackpool man.
Though some had stated that the 26 year old hadn’t proved himself in his first season at Liverpool the talented midfielder did finish last season as one the club’s leading assist makers with a total of eight in the Premier League alone.
Tony Pulis may have felt the need to add more creativity to his Potters midfield and will look to name Adam in his squad for Stoke City’s encounter with Wigan tomorrow.
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