Che Adams is a wanted man having scored 13 times for Birmingham City this season with the Blues just four points off of the Championship play-off places.
The Mirror is reporting no less than 12 Premier League clubs are all scouting the 22-year-old attacker with a view to making a move this month ahead of the transfer window closing – all of whom were watching last week when he scored in the 2-1 defeat to Middlesbrough.
Adams is in the middle of his best scoring season to date with the Mirror revealing clubs such as Fulham, Leicester, Wolves, Burnley and Huddersfield all have their eye on the in-form striker.
His influence this season has been sensational and his rise to form under Garry Monk has been astronomical.
And it’s that increased in performance and proficiency in front of goal that has seen a clutch of clubs all look to stake a claim for the 22-year-old’s services should he be swayed by a move away from St Andrew’s.
With that said, we posted a question to our team of FLW writers, and asked them: can Birmingham keep hold of Adams amid intense interest from a host of Premier League sides?
Here’s what our team had to say on the matter.
“I think they can.
“The team spirit that Garry Monk has built at the club should be enough to see him stay until the summer at least.
“With the Blues still in the hunt for a top-six spot, it would be strange to see him leave.”
“I think he’ll be staying for this season at least; the Blues have a chance of making the play-offs clearly.
“After that, though, I wouldn’t like to say. He has great potential, and plenty will be looking to get him if Blues don’t go up.”
“I don’t think they’ve much choice – they can’t exactly go out and find a replacement for him.
“Adams is in excellent form and key to Birmingham’s success this season, so I think the club will be stubborn.
“However, money does talk and if the right kind of cash goes down, the owners might cash-in.”