Free transfer gaining interest from several English clubs

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Southampton striker Che Adams is gaining interest from several English clubs. He will be available on a Free transfer according to certain reports. Many clubs like Bournemouth, Nottingham Forest, Everton are interested in the Southampton striker. Moreover Everton even made a £12m bid for the player. However it is reported that Wolves are the front runners to sign the striker. It is reported that Adams is a ‘key target’ for Wolves It also looks like they are the side leading the race to sign him. In the report they say that talks between the club and the player’s representatives are ‘progressing positively’.

Wolves manger Gary O’Neil recently stated that Wolves do not have a lot of funds for transfer business this summer. The Southampton striker Adams is seen as an attractive option due to him costing nothing after his contract expires this summer. The former Blues striker has impressed this season after scoring 18 goals in all competitions. He scored16 goals in the Championship that helped Southampton make their way into the play-offs. However he missed the semi-final first leg clash against West Brom due to injury.

Wolves to cash in on Adams Free transfer

Wolves boss Gary O’Neil in his pre-match press conference after his side’s 3-1 defeat to Crystal Palace said: “I don’t think there will be money available to us if nobody leaves. I wouldn’t expect it to be a summer where we spend millions of the club’s own money on players. I think it won’t be the same as last year where we have to sell loads and make a huge profit, but I wouldn’t expect it to be a spending spree.” Adams signed for Southampton in 2019 from Birmingham in a £15million deal. However he came close to leave St Mary’s last year after Everton put a £12m bid for the 27-year-old striker’s services.

Adams was offered a three-and-a-half year deal by Southampton to stay at St Mary’s. He was also promised to get the perk of vice captaincy. Adams said in an interview back in March: “Southampton will always play a part in our lives and especially my daughter’s life. A club like Southampton is a Premier League team. Any team that’s come here this season can see how well established and how big the club is. In terms of fanbase and in terms of the staff around the place as well. It’s a Premier League club. For me personally, it’s just about. I said it in a statement at the end of last season. Getting the club back to where it should be again because that’s where we deserve to be.”

Adams future still uncertain despite interests

 The Southampton striker has scored 17 goals in 45 games in all competitions for Southampton this year. This takes his total tally to 48 goals in the 190 matches he’s played since joining from Birmingham City in 2019. Despite interests from several clubs his future is still not confirmed. He was offered a five year deal by Southampton which is not signed. As Scotland qualified for EURO 2024 and after the play-offs have concluded he will be gearing up for a major international tournament.

It looks like his current priority will be performing well for the Scottish team. Adams is currently seen to be preparing for what might be his last game with the club. Southampton play West Brom in the Championship play-offs. After missing the first leg due to injury Adams will be delighted to help his team in the upcoming clash. It will be interesting to see where the Scottish player who will be Free transfer will play next season as transfer drama continues.

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