Adam deal 'hinges' on third Liverpool starlet move - reports

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Liverpool's move for Charlie Adam could hinge on defender Danny Wilson, according to reports.

The Scottish full back, who moved to Anfield from Rangers last summer, has only made two Barclays Premier League starts during his time with the Reds thus far.

It's reported in The Liverpool Echo that Ian Holloway is hoping to bring Wilson, along with Stephen Darby and Jonjo Shelvey, to Blackpool this summer as part of the deal that sees Adam go the other way.

The Tangerines have been hoping for a fee in the region of £8 million for the Scottish international, and the three Liverpool youngsters are thought to be on offer as part of a season-long loan agreement between the two parties.

Wilson, a full international himself, appears to be the final piece of the jigsaw and the last makeweight on offer from Liverpool.

Holloway appears to have made an acquisition in preparation for Adam's departure, with Bojan Djordjic joining from Hungarian side Videoton on a free transfer.


The addition of Adam would also be the second Liverpool midfielder signing of the summer, with Jordan Henderson moving to Anfield in a reported £20 million deal.

With money at his disposal, Dalglish and Damien Comolli, director of football at Liverpool, have been working towards bringing targets to the club, and a left back, winger and striker are also thought to be on the agenda.

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