It’s tomorrow, a lot might happen, nothing much could happen but if something does happen it’s going to involve one of the below.
As we know Phillips handed in a transfer request the day before the opening of the season. Interest has come from Cardiff in the past, however they have signed Noone from Brighton and look to be signing Maynard from West Ham. Swansea have also shown interest, and with Scott Sinclair possible going to Manchester City there is a slot, but the Swans have signed Pablo Hernandez a winger from Spain today so might have filled the gap already.
Oyston and Ollie have both stated there’s no need to sell Phillips, and he’ll be staying
A super start to the season and lots of interest from various clubs, however his Dad wants him to stay and Tom has said the same. Not much chance of a move unless some crazy money is offered. Some offers might have come in.
DJ could be back for a third spell at the club he’s not going to feature at QPR, Huddersfield and Bristol City are interested. Coming back to the Pool doesn’t look on the cards as DJ is apparently looking for similar wages to his last spell e.g. Premier League wages. It’s unlikely he’ll be biting at Blackpool badge anytime soon.
Verdict: Going to another Championship Club
Brendan Rodgers doesn’t look like he wants Charlie Adam, a possible move back to the seaside could be on, however it would look like a step back for the midfielder and no chance of keeping the same wage. He was at Bloomfield Road last weekend watching the win over Ipswich. However a £4 deal to Stoke looks on the cards.
Verdict: Going to Stoke to play long balls
Apparently fees have been agreed, but wages were a problem, Celtic and Middlesbrough are also interested parties. We’ve had a few instances of signing players after great loan spells Wes, Charlie, DJ and Dobbie could be another depending on his flexibility on wages. The possible departure of Scott Sinclair could also have a knock-on effect.
Verdict: Moving on but loan again? Maybe to Bloomfield Road.
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