One of the good things about the Rodgers appointment is that all the players brought in last summer, Adam et al. will actually have to work for their spot.
I think most of us thought at some point that Kenny was picking them simply because he felt he had to, due to the financial outlay. This season, without the same pressure on Rodgers, maybe we'll see some of them really fighting for their place.
Adam deserves the chance under the new manager to show what he can do, if he doesn't take it or he's simply not going to be good enough in the system, then look to sell.
I doubt Rodgers will sell anyone until he's seen them for himself, in his style of play.