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Adam set to leave Liverpool for Stoke


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By Gary-Jay Bourley

Friday 31 August 2012

Charlie Adam looks set to leave Liverpool after only one season at Anfield. According to the Daily Mirror the Scottish midfielder is wanted by Everton and Fulham but his most likely destination is Stoke with the Potters already making a £4m bid for the 26-year-old.



Signing from Blackpool last year, Adam managed 28 league games for the Reds, scoring twice. He has found himself surplus to requirements this summer with Brendan Rodgers choosing to bring a face he is more familiar with in the form of Joe Allen.


There were thoughts that despite being linked with a move away the midfielder might have stayed with the red half of Merseyside given the injury sustained by Lucas Leiva this week. But a deal with Stoke with interest from other parties appears to be the most likely option for Adam now.


If he does make the switch to the Britannia Stadium it will make him the fourth summer signing for the club.


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