BID FEARS FOR ADAMS
PLYMOUTH Argyle manager Derek Adams admits the club may get offers that are too good to turn down for their best players.
The League Two leaders have a number of players out of contract in the summer, including 27-yearold top scorer Graham Carey.
And Adams, 41, is fearful they may be forced to sell.
“Every time a transfer window comes along and somebody bids money for a player that we can't refuse then that's the way it is,” Adams said.
“The club have got to move in the right direction, it's a selling club when it has to be and wants to keep its best players when it is possible.
“We'd like to have everybody here when the transfer window closes.”