The midfielder struck his 11th goal of the season in the 2-1 home defeat to Sheffield Wednesday on Tuesday further fuelling the fire that the former Rangers man is set to join either Birmingham, Wigan or Sunderland.
However Holloway states that there has been no concrete bid for Adam with the Seasiders boss eagerly counting down the days until the transfer window slams shut.
"I'll be glad when the transfer window closes because of the speculation about 'is Charlie staying?' I've had no phone calls so it's an absolute mess," he told The Gazette.
"The whole thing is an absolute myth and I wish people would stop walking about it.
"And regards my work in the transfer market in getting people in, all I can say is that I''ve got some really good players here who I''m working with.
"If I can add any to them I will, but I am not replacing any of them."
Blackpool v Watford 1st Goalscorer: Adam, C. 13/2