Charlie Adam has returned to his hometown team, the former Liverpool and Rangers star penning a two-year deal with Dundee.
The creative midfielder, who has been down south with Blackpool, Liverpool, Stoke City and most recently Reading, has signed a deal for the 2020/21 and 21/22 seasons with the team he fell in love with growing up.
It’s a coup for the Championship club and a dream end for Adam as he approaches 35. To hit the heights he has in his career and get the chance to wrap it all up at the club he grew up supporting is a brilliant story.
Adam started his career at Rangers, playing 67 times for the Light Blues. Following a good spell at Ibrox he switched to Blackpool, where he was instrumental in earning them a shock Premier League place in the early 2010s.
Such form earned him the biggest move of his career, signing for Liverpool. He made 37 appearances at Anfield before leaving Liverpool for Stoke City, where he would spend seven years.
He joined Reading last year but left the Royals at the end of last term. Now Adam can look forward to pulling on the navy blue he wore as a kid, wearing it twice during testimonial matches in recent years.