Charlie Adam during his days with Rangers(credit: BlueZinc
Blackpool captain Charlie Adam will take his case for unpaid bonuses to the Premier League arbitration court on Thursday.
Scotland international Adam, 24, is demanding a payment clause in his contract be met, one which stated he would receive a bonus if the Seasiders avoided relegation from the Championship last season.
If he wins the case, the former Rangers man could attempt to cancel his current deal and leave for free, despite the contract running for almost another two years.
When quizzed about the matter, manager Ian Holloway told BBC Radio Lancashire: “If there’s a problem then that’s none of my business.
“That’s between the club and one of the players and it’ll be sorted out by arbitration by the sounds of it.
“If Charlie feels that way and the chairman feels that and there’s a dispute, then someone else has to sort it out and I’m just glad it’s not me.”