The 26-years-old was signed by Kenny Dalglish last season for £9m. The Scot made 28 appearances for Liverpool scoring two goals and providing six assists. However, after the sacking of Dalglish, the midfielder’s role at the club has come under wise scrutiny.
New manager Brendan Rodgers favours more passing game and is an admirer of 4-3-3 formation, where Charlie Adam may find himself as a square peg in the round hole.
Further Liverpool already have enough midfielders in the side and after the acquisition of Joe Allen from Swansea, Adam’s position at the club is under huge threat.
The former Blackpool player is a target for Everton and Stoke, who could be available for a knockdown price of £5m.
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