Another day another name
Rovers are racking up the transfer dealings judging by the amount of rumours going around and their new found prosperity looks likely to lead them to Blackpool's Charlie Adam.
Adam has been something of an unexpected hit over on the coast and his trials and tribulations have made him a hot property.
But not too long ago Adam was at loggerheads over cash payments with the Seasiders and that has left something of a rift to heal and Allardyce seems to believe he could be onto something.
Alan Nixon has written in today's Daily Mirror - 'Blackburn Rovers boss Sam Allardyce is ready to make a bid for Blackpool`s stylish Scot Charlie Adam - but he will have to pay £3 million for him.
Allardyce made a second personal check on midfield maestro Adam at the weekend and is still keen despite the chance to snap him up for nothing passing him by.
Adam lost his case for a free transfer on the grounds of a contract breach when he was not paid a survival bonus by the Seasiders last season.
However Allardyce is still on his trail, armed with cash from the new Indian owners. And the Rovers chief may test the water with an offer shortly, although Ian Holloway`s club will be hard to budge.'