July 12, 2024

Southampton may encounter a challenge retaining their forward in the upcoming January transfer window, as there is significant interest from Premier League clubs. At 27, Adams is set to become a free agent at the end of this season, creating a situation where Southampton might struggle to keep him.

In the most recent development on his contract status, TEAMtalk reports that Burnley is considering making a move for Adams in the next month to strengthen their attacking options for the second half of the season.

Adams has been a valuable asset for Southampton, making 19 appearances across all competitions and contributing four goals this season. Russell Martin, the team’s manager, relies on him as they aim to secure promotion back to the top flight.

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Despite his contributions, Southampton faces the risk of losing Adams for free in June 2024 if they fail to capitalize on a transfer opportunity or if he doesn’t sign a contract extension soon.

The Scotland international, with 26 caps, has been part of Southampton since 2019, scoring 35 goals in 164 appearances. His journey started in non-league football with stints at Oadby Town and Ilkeston Town before moving to the Football League with Sheffield United in 2015. Subsequently, he played for Birmingham City before joining Southampton.

During the last summer transfer window, Adams was linked with clubs like Wolves and AFC Bournemouth, but he ultimately remained with Southampton. Currently, the Saints are positioned in 4th place in the table, and in their latest outing, they secured a convincing 4-0 victory against Blackburn Rovers.

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