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Blackpool have told Liverpool they must pay £12 million if they are to prise Charlie Adam to Anfield in the January transfer window, according to The Mirror.
The Scotland international has impressed since making the step up to the top flight and has been instrumental in his side’s success this season.
However, the Seasiders face a battle to keep hold of their captain, with Liverpool, Aston Villa and Birmingham City all interested.
And as Kenny Dalglish weighs up whether to make an improved £5m bid for Adam, who handed in a transfer request this week, Blackpool insist it will take an offer of £10m plus add-ons of £2m to sign the midfielder.
Despite their reluctance to let Adam go, Blackpool are already in the hunt for a replacement, with the club having already made an inquiry to Derby County about the availability of Paul Green.