According to a report from Football Insider, Everton and Leeds United are interested in acquiring Southampton’s Che Adams, who may depart the club if they are relegated at the end of the season.
Southampton is currently battling to remain in the Premier League and must improve significantly in the upcoming weeks to avoid the drop. With 9 goals and 3 assists in all competitions this season, Adams could be a valuable addition to Everton, who are in dire need of attacking options, given the subpar performances of both Dominic Calvert-Lewin and summer signing Neal Maupay.
As Adams will have only one year left on his Southampton contract next summer, the Saints may feel compelled to sell him in the coming months rather than lose him for free in 2024, making him available for a reasonable price.
Additionally, Leeds United, who are struggling to find consistent goal-scoring, could benefit from Adams’ experience in the Premier League and offensive skills. Adams has considerable Premier League experience and he could make an immediate impact at Everton, concludes the COS.