USA captain Tyler Adams hangs out with world No 1 golfer Scottie Scheffler at Travelers Championship… amid $32m Brighton links
- Tyler Adams is enjoying his time off by taking in some golf in Connecticut
- The midfielder could soon be on the move after Leeds United’s relegation
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US men’s national team captain Tyler Adams is back in his home country during the offseason, and met with some stars from the golf world Friday at the Travelers Championship.
Adams posed for photos with world No. 1 Scottie Scheffler and world No. 14 Tony Finau at the Cromwell, Connecticut tournament, which started Thursday.
The Leeds United midfielder also posed for a selfie with Scheffler’s caddie, Ted Scott, who said he wanted a picture for his soccer-loving son.
Scheffler is tied for 18th at seven-under through two rounds.
Finau is tied for 32nd at five-under.
Tyler Adams posed for photos with Scottie Scheffler (left) and Tony Finau on Friday
Tyler Adams could be on the move this summer after a promising season with Leeds United
Adams, a Wappingers Falls, New York native, returned to his roots earlier this week as he took in a New York Red Bulls game vs. Charlotte FC.
Adams came through the club’s ranks and starred there for two seasons before moving to RB Leipzig in 2018.
And while he impressed at Leeds this season, it may be one and done for the defensive midfielder in Yorkshire after the club was relegated.
As Mail Sport previously reported, there are a bevvy of clubs looking to keep Adams in the top flight, with Brighton currently leading the race for the $32million-rated player.
Aston Villa, Everton and Nottingham Forest are also said to be interested.
Adams quickly established himself as a starter for Leeds and played 24 games for the club in the league but missed the final 12 contests due to an injured hamstring.