David Moyes made his return to football in November when he was appointed as manager of La Liga side Real Sociedad in Spain. Reports in the country now understand that Moyes will seek to purchase Stoke City’s midfielder Charlie Adam in January.
Fichajes.net carry the article that suggests Charlie Adam is seeking more regular first team football and could be tempted to move to the continent by Moyes. Fichajes believe that Adam’s switch to Real Sociedad could initially be on a loan deal for view to a permanent transfer in the summer of 2015.
Charlie Adam is 28-years-old and began his youth career with Dundee in Scotland. He made his professional debut for Glasgow Rangers in April 2004 after he joined the club as a 17-year-old. Adam continued his development with loan spells at Ross County and St. Mirren before moving south of the border on loan to Blackpool in 2009. Adam impressed and was snapped up by the Championship side, becoming vital in their march to the Premier League.
Adam could not prevent Blackpool’s relegation from the top flight in 2010/11 but earned a move to Liverpool for £6.75m. The Scotsman played 28 times in the Premier League for the Reds but was sold the following summer to current side Stoke City for whom he has appeared 69 times in the league, 77 times in all competitions.
The 25 time capped Scottish international could be set for a major career switch as David Moyes seeks him to bolster his Real Sociedad midfield. Do you think Adam will leave England this winter?