After Blackpool manager Ian Holloway stated last week that Monday was the deadline for Charlie Adam to decide his future, we’re finally seeing a bit of movement.
The midfielder hadn’t been returning the Seasiders’ calls over a contract after they’d agreed a £500k fee with Rangers for his services.
But after the ultimatum from the manager, Adam has sent terms to the club that he’d be willing to accept through his agent and although a deal looks way off, something could happen.
Holloway said: ‘Charlie is unsure whether it’s right for him to leave Rangers as he believes he can get into that team.
‘His agent sent us a proposal through, and I’ve told him what I can do for him and what I think we can do for his career.’
And the gaffer stayed defiant as ever, as he continuted: ‘If he comes to work with me I think he’ll like it, but until he gets in the car and does it we are struggling a bit. I’m not going to beg anyone.’
Although he won’t be begging anybody to join the football club, Holloway conceeded that he is ‘prepared to be patient’.