Liverpool talks confirmed over £8m midfield target

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Liverpool midfield target Charlie Adam has revealed current club Blackpool have held talks with the Reds.

Kenny Dalglish has been heavily linked with a move for the Scottish internationl, and the Reds first tabled an £8 million offer for Adam back in January, according to ESPN.

Conversations between the two parties are thought to have been ongoing, and Adam has now confirmed that the Anfield outfit have been talking to the Tangerines.

"I go back to Blackpool on Monday and that's the way it is," the central midfielder told the Blackpool Gazette.

"Everybody knows the situation - the club have met with Liverpool but that's as far as it has gone. I had a conversation with the chairman but that will remain private.

"It's important that we keep everything in-house - whatever happens will happen."

Liverpool have already made a midfielder addition this summer, with Adam moving to Merseyside for a reported £20 million last month.


A winger, left back and striker are also thought to be on the agenda for Dalglish, who has been working alongside Liverpool director of football Damien Comolli in bringing transfer targets to the club.

The Daily Mail reports that Liverpool are starting to lose patience over bringing the player to the club from Bloomfield Road, with claims that Ian Holloway continues to play hardball over the player's move.

However, the transfer window has only officially been open for three days, and Liverpool still have plenty of time to secure a move for the player should the Reds continue their pursuit during pre-season.

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