Liverpool ‘lead race’ for £9m top target – reports

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Liverpool ‘lead the race’ to sign Charlie Adam, with Blackpool placing an £9 million price tag on the star, according to Sky Sports.

Adam has long been a top target for Liverpool, and after Blackpool were relegated at the end of last season, the star appears ready to exit the Tangerines for a Barclays Premier League club.


While Aston Villa and Tottenham are also reportedly keen on Adam’s signature, Liverpool have the larger budget of the trio and are the most likely to meet Blackpool’s price demand for the midfielder.

Liverpool have struggled thus far in the transfer period, losing out on big signings Phil Jones, Ashley Young and Gael Clichy to clubs that can offer Champions League experience.

And this has reportedly made Kenny Dalglish more desperate to get Adam on board, and with Tottenham and Villa unable to give Champions League football, Liverpool look to have the competition under control as they chase the 25-year-old.

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