Che Adams will stay in Southampton … although the £ 15m striker has yet to score for the Saints
- Che Adams remains and fights for his place in the Southampton team
- The £ 15m summer signing from Birmingham still has to score for his new club
- But conversations with manager Ralph Hasenhuttl have the 23-year-old
Che Adams is determined to stay and fight for a place on Southampton after being reassured about his future during conversations with manager Ralph Hasenhuttl.
Hasenhuttl reiterated that he sees Adams as a big part of his plans and that the club will be much more upcoming week in discussion with the forward.
As a result, the 23-year-old is not allowed to leave on loan to Leeds this month who was looking for a new striker this month after Eddie Nketiah's return to Arsenal .
Adams now wants to pay back Hasenhuttl's confidence in him by kneeling down and pushing to a place on the Southampton side.
Adams moved to St. Mary's for £ 15m from Birmingham in the summer, but has yet to score and Danny Ings has emerged from the 16-target talisman of the South Coast Club.
Adams, however, timely recalled his qualities by playing a key role in Southampton's 2-1 shock at Leicester, getting off the bank to set up the winner of Ings and now hopes to build on that important contribution to their revival in shape.
Southampton has won five of their last six games and pulled the other to climb from the bottom three to reach the 12th and the FA Cup fourth round.
Che Adams may have to leave Southampton to continue to Leeds United, while Marcelo Bielsa is chasing the £ 15m attacker
- Che Adams is a target for Leeds United in January transfer window
- But they would consider selling when Adams asked to be allowed to leave
Southampton boss Ralph Hassenhuttl wants to keep him with St. Mary & # 39; s as cover
The Elland Road club wants to advance the £ 15m rating, but Southampton manager Ralph Hasenhuttl wants to keep it as cover.
However, the South Coast Club would consider a sale if Adams asked to go.
Meanwhile, Leeds hopes to sign goalie Elia Caprile, 18, from Chievo this weekend.
Marcelo Bielsa is looking for a new striker in January's transfer window after Eddie Nketiah games on Elland Road due to a lack of playing time.
Bielsa said earlier this week: & # 39; Nketiah was a brilliant option for us. Now we are looking for an option that should also be very good.
& # 39; Same or better than Nketiah, but it is necessary to also know about the process, the time.
] & # 39; We're not going to choose a player who justifies us to the public, but doesn't make us strong as a team. & # 39;
Leeds & # 39; refuses to give up hope & # 39; on luring Che Adams to Elland Road on loan from Southampton
Leeds refusing to give hope in bringing Southampton rushed Che Adams to Elland Road with a loan agreement.
According to The Mirror consider Marcelo Bielsa and Leeds Adams the ideal replacement for Eddie Nketiah and think he is interested in joining them.
Adams has joined Southampton with £ 15million transfer from Birmingham Last summer but did not score a goal for them in 18 appearances.
Southampton manager Ralph Hassenhuttl said earlier that he wishes Adams to stay with St Mary & # 39; s.
One step back to the championship, where Adams scored 22 goals in 48 games, could help the 23-year-old to regain his best form.
Leeds is first in the championship while Southampton 12th place in the Premier League.
Southampton reluctant to loan Che Adams on loan to Leeds and West Brom enthusiastically
- Che Adams moved to £ amm for £ 15m from Birmingham in the summer
- He has struggled for first team action and has yet to score for a goal for the club
- Leeds and West Brom are eager to help him help their title cartoons
The former Birmingham striker started a number of games this season under Ralph Hasenhuttl, but has since been struggling to secure a spot in the first team.
Danny Ings is in a sensational form and saints seem to have gone a corner, meaning Adams could struggle for playing time.
Adams cost Southampton £ 15 million from Birmingham in the summer after a brilliant championship campaign in which he scored 22 teams.
Leeds wants to add more firepower to the promotional bid, just like West Brom, with both teams clearly at the top of the championship.
Adams has yet to score for Southampton and would like to recapture last season's form with a step back in a division, but the St. Mary's club is reluctant to let him leave.
Tony Adams slams Per Mertesacker before leaving the role of Arsenal Academy to become boss Freddie Ljungberg & # 39; s No. 2: & You must build the future of Arsenal Football Club, Per & # 39;
- Per Mertesacker was convicted of leaving the academy role in Arsenal
- He switched to interim manager Freddie Ljungberg & # 39; s no. 2
- Tony Adams the German should concentrate on his job title
Tony Adams was convicted by Mertesacker for leaving his position the head of the academy of Arsenal to collaborate with interim manager Freddie Ljungberg.
Former club captain Mertesacker was appointed last year but moved after the resignation of Unai Emery last week.
The pair supervised a draw and a defeat in their first two games, and Adams believes Mertesacker has shown a breach of duty.
& # 39; Per Mertesacker is the academy director. The club took him out of his role & # 39 ;, Adams told Premier League Productions after the 2-1 home defeat by Brighton.
& # 39; We have to produce players.
That is more important than what is happening on that football field today.
& # 39; You must build the future of Arsenal Football Club, Per Mertesacker.
& # 39; That is what he should do to focus on that. Go find the players, look for that. You cannot turn it off. What is the academy doing at the moment?
& # 39; How long has this been going on, has it [Mertesacker moving across to assist Ljungberg] really influenced it? I think I made my point. & # 39;
& # 39; That was absolutely terrible & # 39 ;: Arsenal legend Tony Adams urges Gunners to fire Unai Emery after a bleak draw against Southampton
- Tony Adams says he can't remember ever defending a party that badly & # 39;
- Adams knocked out at Arsenal boss Unai Emery for not improving his players
- The former Arsenal captain considers the Gunners & Plow's deterioration
Unai Emery raised his hands and admitted: & # 39; I know I can do better & # 39 ;, as club legend Tony Adams encouraged Arsenal Arsenal to follow rivals Tottenham and make an administrative change. held at home to a 2-2 draw by Southampton only one point save thanks to the 96th minute of Alexandre Lacazette.
Former Captain Adams said: & # 39; That was absolutely terrible. I can't remember ever having seen such a & # 39; n side defender. This coach does not improve these players. That means we need a new coach. What happened in North London in Tottenham has put a lot of pressure on this guy. The fans will not be happy with this and what they see.
& # 39; This group of players is deteriorating under Emery. It was horrible. & # 39;
The Gunners are now languishing in the seventh, seven points in the top four, after having just won four of their 13 league games this season. Their profitless run also extended to six games in all competitions.
The hierarchy of Arsenal effectively gave Emery a warning by supporting the Spaniard, but called for an improvement in results when they met club staff during the international break.
Emery said: & # 39; They [the club] support me every day and I also have my responsibility. I know I can do better, I can do more with the players. I'm going to try to do that.
& # 39; We now talked to the coaches, with the club, in the dressing room to find a solution.
& # 39; This is the moment when we can be disappointed, but we must continue, to the next game. & # 39;
Southampton became the newest side of the Arsenal pepper goal this season, with 21 attempts despite having only 39 percent possession.
& # 39; I can put together a team more organized than that! & # 39 ;: Arsenal legend Tony Adams gets confused about the & # 39; terrible & # 39; Arsenal's draw with Southampton and joins Unai Emery's calls to departments as Gunners boss
- Tony Adams recorded in Arsenal's lack of progress under manager Unai Emery
- The Arsenal legend claimed that the time had come for Emery to leave the Emirates
- Comments from Adams followed the tame 2-2 draw of Gunners against Southampton
The result saw Arsenal fall to ninth in the Premier League nine points below their count at the same stage last season.
Unai Emery has increasingly been examined for the poor performance of the recent Gunners, where fans and players are fed up with the lack of improvement on the pitch.
Former Arsenal captain Adams, who played for the club in North London for almost 20 years, has joined the growing list of high-profile names that put an end to Emery & # 39; s government, it started in May 2018.
He told BT Sport : & i'm just beaten to pieces with the execution. At a certain moment Ozil was sweeper, the ball away from his keeper and tried to let everyone walk him.
& # 39; The evil ones are deserved – it was a terrible achievement, very incoherent, no defense in sight.
& # 39; That's a really bad performance and I don't want a coach to get his job, but the club is not progressing, it is not progressing.
& # 39; I can put together a team that is more organized than that! & # 39;
Adams only said that Arsenal only deteriorate under Emery, which he claims to be & # 39; all the place & # 39; Mauricio Pochett
The former center-back also chose David Luiz for particular criticism in the run-up to Dampton Ings' Southampton & # 39; s opener.
He said: They all sleep, look at Luiz here. "What does Luiz do? He just stands there. & # 39;
& # 39; We came here and expected a good hideout and got a & # 39 ;: Tony Adams slate Arsenal & # 39; s mentality after Leicester loss and DEFENDS Unai Emery
- Arsenal club legend Tony Adams criticizes Unai Emery & wrestling side
- The Gunners defeated Leicester at the King Power on Saturday
- Adams believes club recruitment was poor but defended Emery
- Colleague expert Jamie Redknapp says Arsenal stars would not appear for Leicester
The former defender criticized the club's mentality and believes that supporters of the top racers may even struggle to expect a major defeat at the King Power.
The pressure on Gunner's boss Unai Emery was again increased after his side had surrendered to Jamie Vardy and James Maddison who suffered the damage for Leicester, who came in second.
Speaking of Sky Sports, Arsenal legend Adams said: & The recruitment has been poor for a few years now. The manager must take his hair off.
& # 39; We came here and expected a good hiding place and we got one. It is contagious once you have that mentality. & # 39;
Fellow expert Jamie Redknapp also believes that none of the current Arsenal crops are currently performing at a sufficiently high level, and adds: & # 39; How many Arsenal players would enter the Leicester team? I have trouble naming one. Would you trade [Pierre-Emerick] Aubameyang for Vardy? Not now & # 39 ;.
Rugby World Cup by numbers: Josh Adams finishes top try-scorer with seven while Springboks fly-half Handre Pollard scored the most points
Those scores meant that the No. 10 would end the tournament as the top scorer, while Makazole The only attempt by Mapimpi at the end was not enough to take the try-scoring corwn.
Sportsmail looks at the key figures of the Rugby World Cup 2019.
TOP TRY SCORER: JOSH ADAMS – 7
While Wales made a semi-final defeat through South Africa, their wing Josh Adams earned the personal honor of finishing the best try-scorer.
In total, the former Worcester Warrior grabbed seven and broke Shane Williams & previous tournament high of six for a Welshman, September in 2007.
Tries to defeat South Africa in the semi, New Zealand was added to the six gathered in the pool phase in the play-off of third place – including a hat trick against Fiji.
TOP POINTS SCORER: HANDRE POLLARD – 69
Helping South Africa to raise the Webb Ellis trophy, Pollard also awarded the point-score charts with 69.
The nerve-racking shoe of the fly-half was vital to the progress of his country during the tournament, with 22 of his points in the final – three shortly before all-record time for the showpiece event.
In total, Pollard kicked 16 penalties, nine conversions and one drop goal to reach his story. England fly-half Owen Farrell scored 12 in the finish to finish second with 58, while Richie Mo; unga became third with 54.
MOST PACKAGES : ALUN WYN JONES – 76
It was a milestone tournament for Captain Alun Wynes Jones 
The 34-year-old finished with a record of 134 caps for his country and finished third in the all-time world cup with 21, only one behind Richie McCaw and Jason Leonard.
Moreover, veteran lock showed that he was not there, as he made an amazing 76 tackles in six games, averaging 12.6 per game.
Maro Itoje was closest to 71, while his English teammate Sam Underhill registered 69.
RED CARDS – 8
On October 7 this World Cup had seen more red cards than in all other tournaments.
John Quill received the first, for the US against England, while Uruguay & # 39; s Facundo Gattas, Ed Fidow of Samoa, Andrea Lovotti, Italy, plus Thomas Lavinini, Josh Larsen, Bundee Aki and Sebastian Vahaamahina also red.
RUNS: BEAUDEN BARRETT – 86
Moved fully back before the Beauden Barrett tournament made the most of its positional switch with 86 runs made during the tournament.
He also added three attempts and made the koint-cleanest breaks with 12 – alongside brother Jordie and Mairko Koroibete of Australia.
Josh Adams has come a long way since he fought relegation with Cinderford RFC in 2016.
Now the 24-year-old – old is the best try-scorer of the World Cup and ready to start the semi-final against South Africa the most important attack weapon of Wales.
But three and a half years ago were very different for the Swansea -born kite.
After his release from the Scarlets Academy – after a summer representing Wales Under 20s at the Junior World Cup 2015 – Adams was on loan to the English National One Side Cinderford
& # 39; It was the Forest of Dean on a Tuesday night! & # 39; he remembers when he was reminded of his humble start.
When Adams was thrown overboard by Scarlets, he found himself living at home and learning how to iron a shirt and cook for himself.
& # 39; Cinderford adjusted where he was at the time, and possibly gave him a shock, "explains Paul Morris, director of rugby at the Gloucestershire club.
" Do not offend Josh to say that he had not done that when properly established as a full-time professional athlete. He was young, raw and very talented, but probably didn't have the discipline of a top athlete. He was certainly not shy!
& # 39; He loved a beer and probably could not see where he could end up. His friend Tiff Eden, who is now in Bristol, was important.
& # 39; He is a very sober man and kept him straight and narrow. Josh missed Wales.
& I remember that he missed our last game of the season because he insisted on attending his mother's birthday party! I didn't have a big problem with it because we went down and I really liked that he had those family values. He's a great guy.
& # 39; You wouldn't be popular here if you weren't. It is a working-class club. & # 39;
Between February and April 2016, Adams scored three attempts in six games for Cinderford – who also had Sam Underhill, Freddie Burns and Henry Trinder in their books.
However, the club does not claim to have made it and owes a debt to Worcester that Adams lent to them. "We then had a very good team and relegated," says Morris.
"We loaned three players from Worcester just before the deadline – Josh, Tiff and Derrick Appiah who is an Italian under 20s prop now in Bennetton.
& # 39; It was always unlikely that we would be saved from relegation, but the three gave us a huge boost of quality and we went down with a little dignity. Josh was very important in that. & # 39;
And also quickly important for Worcester, that was where he was really fed – not with Wales, but with the Warriors.
Alan Solomons, South African, who first crossed the road with Adams in 2017 when he joined the director of rugby, was immediately captivated by the young wing.
& # 39; He played for us against Connacht in my opening game and impressed me a lot & # 39 ;, he says Sportsmail .
& # 39; I kept it in the start XV. That was his breakthrough year. & # 39;
It certainly was. By the end of the 2017-18 season, Adams was capped for Wales, and was the best try-scorer of the Premiership after crossing 13 times.
& # 39; From the first time I clapped at him, I thought he would be a great football player and that he would grow and develop & # 39 ;, Solomons adds. & # 39; He is class. He got a very good feeling for the game, great hand-eye coordination.
& # 39; He is a complete player who could play full-back or center if needed. When he arrived in Wales, Leigh had Halfpenny, Liam Williams, George North and Hallam Amos so it's not like he didn't have a tough competition.
Playing for Wales gave him a lot of confidence. Warren Gatland has done a great job with him. He is a top racer today. & # 39;
But although it all ran smoothly on the field, there were bumps on the road from it. Adams was quickly wrapped in bureaucracy.
It was difficult for a young player who found his way and loved it.
First, there was the odd moment when the news broke that it was blocked for Wales against South Africa by Premiership Rugby regulations at the right time, when he grabbed the highest try-scorer & # 39; s award during the flash end of the 2018 seasonal dinner in the league.
The game was scheduled outside the agreed international window, so the competition, which celebrated its achievements, would not let him play. Adams was upset – he just wanted a game.
But that moment also brought up a bigger problem. He was stuck with the introduction of a new WRU ruling that prevented players with fewer than 60 caps from playing outside of Wales. When his contract with Sixways expired this summer, Adams had a choice. Stay and sacrifice a test career – he now only has 19 caps – or go back to Wales where he was rejected as a teenager
Eventually the red jersey was too much bait and after the World Cup he plays in Cardiff.
& # 39; We are really sorry to lose him, but it is understandable with the statement as it is & # 39 ;, says Solomons. & # 39; We were not happy – but I respect his decision. He is a Welsh man and he means a lot to him.
& # 39; The boys from the Warriors academy did an excellent job. It was developed by the club – by Worcester. & # 39;