April 24, 2024

Southampton striker Che Adams met with the club’s media team this week to reminisce on his nearly five-year tenure.

Che Adams has had a good season for the Saints, scoring 12 goals and contributing five assists across all competitions.

The 27-year-old was linked with several clubs last summer and in January, but he still plays for Southampton.

Adams’ contract is set to expire at the conclusion of the season, therefore he will be free to leave the club at the end of June.

During what could be his final few games in a Saints shirt, the Scotland international was interviewed by the media and gave a slight indication about his future plans.

Che Adams drops hint on Southampton future

Adams has been a staple in the Southampton squad since joining from Birmingham City in 2019 for a rumored sum of around £15 million.

The towering centre-forward has made nearly 200 appearances for the South Coasters, the majority of which have come in the Premier League.

However, his tenure at St Mary’s appears to be coming to an end, as his contract is set to expire in the coming months.

Speaking to the Southampton website on Tuesday, Adams reflected on his time at the club: “When your child is born there and you’ve spent the majority of your life and football there, it’s always special, and Southampton will always play a part in our lives, particularly my daughter’s,” he stated.

“Southampton is a Premier League team. Any team that has visited here this season has seen how well established and large the club is, both in terms of fan base and staff.

“It’s a Premier League club, but for me personally it’s just about – I said it in a statement at the end of last season – getting the club back to where it should be again, because that’s where we deserve to be.”

Will Che Adams sign a new contract at Southampton?

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Southampton offered Adams a new three-year contract last summer, including a role as vice-captain, according to Daily Echo journalist Alfie House.

At the time of the article, it was said that the offer for the Leicester-born forward remained on the table if he chose to sign, which one would think is still the case some months later.

Adams is an important player in Martin’s squad, and the club will be anxious to keep him beyond the summer.

Perhaps a lot depends on which division they find themselves in.

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