Derby County preparing bid for Gambian midfielder
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Derby County preparing bid for Gambian midfielder

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It was revealed by The Telegraph that the Rams were looking to turn the Cardiff City man’s temporary stay at Pride Park into one that would see him stay with them longer than just until the summer.

They also mentioned that they anticipated the two teams’ talks to begin shortly.
Adams signed with the Welsh team at the beginning of the 2022–2023 season, however he was sidelined for the whole year because of an injury he sustained during a preseason friendly against Cambridge United.
Darren Witcoop has now disclosed that Derby is preparing a £250,000 offer for the 28-year-old. Witcoop continued, saying that although Cardiff is willing to let Adams go, the midfield player would need to be paid £500,000.

Quotes from Adams on the last day of the League One season, following his and his provisional teammates’ 2-0 victory over Carlisle United to seal their promotion to the Championship, definitely imply that he would be content to stay at Pride Park.
“It’s beyond words to explain,” the international Gambian stated to BBC Radio Derby. The fans, in my opinion, have said it all. I’ve had a great experience and I adore this place. It’s been amazing. To be honest, I’ve loved every minute of it. Thank you to the club and the supporters.I am really grateful to them. They deserve at least a promotion, so I’m pleased to offer it to them. I hope they can go and do what they deserve to do next year.

Adams was able to demonstrate his abilities to the fullest during his brief stint with Derby, which led to his transfer to the Welsh Championship team.

He played center field for Forest Green Rovers and was a pillar of the team. He was unable to accomplish the same for the Bluebirds, with whom he is currently set to play for the upcoming season, due to a variety of circumstances, but County allowed him the chance to show people what he is capable of.

It’s a wise move on the part of Paul Warne and his team to not pursue the 28-year-old recklessly, as implied by the initial article from The Telegraph.

Cardiff is aware that Derby is coming for him, and since they know the Rams want him back, they will attempt to maintain the price as high as they can.

Equally, County will probably know Adams’ position on this. As things stand, it would be a big surprise if he wanted to stay with the Bluebirds over returning to Pride Park, and Derby can use this to their advantage.

With Max Bird, who scored the first goal on the last day of play, leaving for Bristol City in the summer, the Rams are going to be a little short in the middle of the pitch. As a result, they do need to bring in midfield players.

However, they can afford to be patient in their quest to wear down City’s and, consequently, lower the price for themselves if they can secure guarantees from the Gambian that he wishes to rejoin the team.

 

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