Che Adams

Che Adams

Che Adams

  • Current club: Southampton F.C
  • Date of Birth: 13 July 1996
  • Birthplace: Leicester, Leicester, England
  • Position: Forward

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      The one worrying thing about Che Adams in a Southampton shirt so far - opinion -
      season-long form and reported transfer targets… The signing of Che Adams looks to be a good piece of business by Southampton. At 23 years
      12/08 19:20

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      Southampton edge closer to Che Adams deal

      Southampton will complete a move for Birmingham City striker Che Adams next week, signing last season's Birmingham top goalscorer for a fee of around £15.75 million. The Saints have been chasing Adams since January and will be the club's first major acquisition of what is expected to be a busy transfer window.

      Matt Targett to join Aston Villa

      Southampton will sell left-back Matt Targett to Aston Villa in a £14 million transfer deal next week, with the 23-year-old England under-21 international set to sign a four year contract at Villa Park. Targett has been a long-term target for Villa and arrives as the club's first major transfer since returning to the Premier League.

      Everton ready to move for Championship striker?

      Birmingham City forward Che Adams has reportedly been earmarked as one of the prime targets to bolster the Everton attack during the summer transfer window.

      Tottenham join race to sign in-form Championship forward

      Tottenham Hotspur have reportedly joined the likes of Arsenal and Manchester United in the hunt to sign Che Adams from Birmingham City this summer.

      Manchester United, Arsenal eyeing Championship striker

      Manchester United and Arsenal are reportedly among the top clubs looking into the signing of Birmingham's highly-rated forward Che Adams during the summer.

      Former Premier League champions relegated

      Ahead of a day of uncertainty in the English Championship, the only thing that we knew was that one big name in the history of English football would be relegated to the third tier, with Birmingham City, Nottingham Forest and Blackburn Rovers all fighting the drop.