Birmingham City wonder striker Che Adams will be allowed to leave St. Andrew’s in the summer, and Everton are among the clubs showing a keen interest in his signature, per TEAMtalk.
The Championship outfit only signed the forward from Sheffield United in 2016 for what now looks to be a measly £2million, as they are looking to cash in on the multiple reports linking Premier League sides with their man and scoop a ten-times profit.
According to TEAMtalk and The Mirror, Tottenham, Arsenal, Manchester United, Celtic, Bournemouth and Watford have also been linked with moves for the 22-year-old, who will be available for £20m despite his contract running to 2022.
Whoever wins the race would earn the services of a striker excelling in the Championship at a mid-table side, and has 19-goals to his name in 32 appearances – his contribution accounts for 39% of his side’s total, which is a league-high rate.
If we come out of the next transfer window as the successful bidder, Marco Silva – or whoever is in charge come next season – will finally have the answer to our biggest problem area.
The man stood on the touchline may have to adapt their tactics slightly, though, as Adams is excelling right now, but in a 4-4-2 formation, with Garry Monk yet to deviate from the classic set-up this term.