Blackpool chairman Karl Oyston has confirmed the club have hold talks with Liverpool over a move for Charlie Adam.
The Scottish international was the subject of intense interest during the January transfer window, and after sticking with the Tangerines for the remainder of the season, Adam appears poised for a move away from Bloomfield Road after their relegation to the Npower Championship.
Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur have also been linked with the former Rangers star, but it appears to be Liverpool who sit in pole position for the 25-year-old.
“We’ve had a few very preliminary discussions and enquiries but nothing of any substance so there really is nothing to report at this stage about interest from anyone,” Oyston told The Blackpool Gazette when asked to confirm Kenny Dalglish's interest, revealing that a bid is yet to be lodged for the player.
“We’ve had a few discussions this summer but nothing conclusive so really there is nothing to report. Are the reports wide of the mark? I’m sure that football clubs have talks with lots of players all summer that they probably shouldn’t do.
“I’m sure that goes on. If January is anything to go by that is certainly the case. It is always difficult [when speculation starts].”