There are reports that the Liverpool boss Kenny Dalglish is looking around at other possibilities in case he can’t persuade Blackpool to let Charlie Adam come to Anfield at a reasonable price,
Talksport radio reveals that Dalglish is now considering putting an offer in for Celtic’s Korean star Ki Sung-Yeung as an adequate replacement after a fantastic season with Neil Lennon’s side.
Lennon will not be keen on letting Sung-Yeung leave Parkhead, but Dalglish is on good terms with Celtic and will be hopeful of coming to an arrangement with the Scottish giants, perhaps letting a couple of loan players move the other way.
If Liverpool get Sung-Yeung it will have the added advantage of attracting more Koreans to watch them on their Far East tour this summer, despite the proposed visit to Korea itself being cancelled.
Sung-Yeung may only be 22 years old, but he has already played over 100 games professionally in Korea and Scotland, and has amassed over 50 games for his national team and the South Korean U23’s and has been often called the Korean Gerrard, so a move to Liverpool would be perfect.