The Scotland international has been strongly linked with both the Reds as well as Harry Redknapp’s Spurs, and now Sir Alex Ferguson’s Manchester United have been added to that list but Adam is concentrating on the present rather than the future.
Both Liverpool and Spurs made unsuccessful bids for the player back in January and he looks almost certain to move on this summer but Adam, whose current contract runs out in the summer of 2012, says right now he is focused on keeping Blackpool in the Premier League.
Adam said: “It’s a privilege to be linked with these types of clubs but it’s not just about me, it’s about this club and my team-mates as well.
“I’m not concentrating on my future.
“I’m just worrying about my next eight games for my club and trying to keep Blackpool in the league because that’s been the focus and that’s always been the focus
“We’ll see what happens, that’s out of my hands, and I’ll look forward to the next eight games and try to play as well as I can.”
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