Leeds United are likely to want to add quality to their squad during the January transfer window.
Stoke City midfielder Charlie Adam has told the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast, which was broadcast on TalkSPORT on 10th November, that he may look to leave Stoke City in the January transfer window - and that should alert Leeds United.
Adam’s chances at Stoke have been very limited so far this term, with the Scottish midfielder regularly being overlooked.
And Adam has suggested that he could look to leave the BET365 Stadium in search of more regular football elsewhere.
“January may be the time for me to go and play somewhere,” he admitted.
Leeds would now be wise to keep tabs on Adam’s situation, as he could be ideal for Thomas Christiansen’s side.
Leeds are currently in a slump, and Adam’s experience could be crucial in getting the Yorkshire side back on track.
He would also offer battle and creativity to the Whites’ midfield ranks, and that could be key for Christiansen going forward.
And now that he could be available, Christiansen should try where Redfearn failed, and make a move for the talented 31-year-old.