Liverpool FC: 5 Flops For The Anfield Exit

Here is our list of five players who should hang up their red shirts.

The arrival of new manager Brendan Rodgers at Liverpool marks another new era for the club and one which will likely bring with it another complete overhaul of the squad. So who needs to be shown the door at Anfield to make way for new talent? Here is our list of five players who should hang up their red shirts:

Charlie Adam

The former Blackpool star arrived at Liverpool last year after impressing in his first season in the Premier League with the Seasiders. Liverpool were quick to snap up the midfielder for a fee of £7million, one of their cheaper acquisitions from the summer of 2011, however, the Scotsman failed to live up to even that price tag. Ever since Xabi Alonso parted company with the Reds in 2009, there has been a lack of creativity coming from midfield and many thought Adam would be the man to fill Alonso€™s boots. The Scot managed just two goals and six assists in 31 appearances in the 2011/12 season and failed to make an impact in midfield as Kenny Dalglish had hoped. Adam has a tendency to give away unnecessary fouls in dangerous positions and appeared to look off the pace of the Premier League. He didn't stand out in a red shirt and Brendan Rodgers will do well to replace him with a more talented creative midfielder. Perhaps he is better suited to Championship football. Verdict: Sell

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