Blackpool manager Ian Holloway has valued winger Charlie Adam as closer to Andy Carroll’s £35 million rather than the reported £10 million that was believed to be offered for the seasider.
The Daily Mirror have reported that Liverpool have long been linked with Adam, and with football director Damien Comollo saying today that Liverpool would be spending big in the summer, it is believed Adam is high up on Liverpool’s wish list of signings.
Manchester United and Aston Villa are also chasing the star, and speculation is rife that Holloway has already turned down an offer for Adam of around £10 million
On whether Holloway would consider selling Adam, the manager told reporters: “We won’t stand in his way.
“But if Andy Carroll is worth £35million, Charlie will be closer to that.
“I’m not daft, but this level is daft.”
Should Holloway demand the £35 million Andy Carroll received, Liverpool will surely have the bank account over the summer transfer period to meet such a demand.
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