Liverpool has already found thier new midfielder to sign. Adams appeared poised to join Chelsea, but the Blues withdrew from the deal abruptly yesterday. With Leeds United anticipating a Championship season, the American player finds himself back at square one.
Nonetheless, as reported by The Athletic, this situation might not last for long. They indicate that top-tier Premier League clubs are now aware of Adams’ availability after the Chelsea deal fell through.
Although the specific clubs aren’t identified at this point, Liverpool was associated with the 24-year-old earlier this summer. Should the Reds pursue Adams, it seems they would need to activate his £20 million release clause with Leeds.
Contrary to yesterday’s suggestions of a medical failure causing the Chelsea deal to collapse, The Athletic disputes this, claiming that Adams is “nearing a return” from his current hamstring injury.