Liverpool eye £20m player who got into scrap with Andy Robertson

Liverpool have reportedly joined the race to sign Leeds United midfielder Tyler Adams, who is expected to leave Elland Road this summer.

According to 90min, the Reds are one of many teams tracking the USA international after Leeds were relegated from the Premier League over the weekend, with Adams expected to lead a player exodus in Yorkshire that could see the midfielder return to the top-flight.

As per the report, Adams is likely to remain in England given the transfer fee Leeds will likely command for the 24-year-old after an impressive first year in the Premier League. And Liverpool could now be the midfielder’s next destination after Elland Road.

A player who nearly got on the wrong end of Andy Robertson, Adams led the USA as captain at the 2022 FIFA World Cup, and the midfielder has recently won acclaim for his performances for the likes of RB Leipzig and the New York Red Bulls in MLS.

Indeed, Adams’ ability to play right-back could also make the American an appealing option for Liverpool. And with Leeds going down to the Championship, Jurgen Klopp’s side could make an honest attempt to sign the New York-born talent.

Adams could be an appealing signing for Liverpool based on price tag

Adams impressed for Leeds despite the Whites relegation from the Premier League, and for Liverpool, the midfielder could be a good signing based on how much the Elland Road side want from their star American this summer.

With Liverpool eager to make numerous midfield signings this summer, the £20m Leeds man could be the ideal addition to bring to the squad, even with Adams having some previous beef with Anfield mainstay Robetson earlier this season.