Manchester City & Emmanuel Adebayor

Manchester City Football Club is an English Premier League football club based in Manchester. Sheyi Emmanuel Adebayor (born 26 February 1984), known as Emmanuel Adebayor, is a Togolese footballer who plays for Tottenham Hotspur as a striker on loan from Manchester City. 5.0/5

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Emmanuel Adebayor was once being paid by Manchester City, Tottenham Hotspur and Crystal Palace at the same time.
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ON THIS TRANSFER DAY: In 2011, Emmanuel Adebayor joined Real Madrid (how?) on loan from Manchester City.
Real Madrid are prepared to smash the goalkeeping transfer record to sign Manchester United's David De Gea, 24, with a fee that is likely to eclipse the £33m paid for Gianluigi Buffon in 2001. (Daily Express) Wednesday's Daily Telegraph back page Crystal Palace are planning a move to sign Roma's Former Chelsea left-back Ashley Cole on loan. (Daily Mail) Manchester United and Manchester City are both ready to launch £20m bids for Barcelona's 26- year-old midfielder Ivan Rakitic in January. (Daily Express) Liverpool are making an audacious bid to sign Chelsea goalkeeper Petr Cech on loan. (Daily Mirror) Newly-appointed Real Sociedad boss David Moyes hopes to agree a loan deal with former club Manchester United for forward Adnan Januzaj, 19. (Daily Star) Sunderland boss Gus Poyet is planning to strengthen his attack in January with a move for 22-year-old Burnley striker Danny Ings. (Daily Star) Tottenham are considering offloading strikers Emmanuel Adebayor and Roberto Soldado to fund a move for Porto's Ja ...
CHELSEA VS TOTTENHAM Barclays Premier League Venue: Stamford Bridge Date: Wednesday, 3 December TEAM NEWS Chelsea's Diego Costa is suspended after picking up a fifth yellow card on Saturday and is likely to be replaced by either Loic Remy or Didier Drogba. Defender Nathan Ake (hamstring) missed the weekend game at Sunderland and is unlikely to be included. Tottenham defender Kyle Naughton is available after a two-match ban. Emmanuel Adebayor faces a late fitness test after a virus and a back problem, while Etienne Capoue and Danny Rose are also struggling with knocks. MATCH PREVIEW A season which is in danger of becoming a procession became a little more interesting over the weekend with Chelsea dropping points at Sunderland and Manchester City putting in arguably their strongest performance of the season in winning at Southampton. The gap at the top is now six points; and although Chelsea must still be considered big title favourites, maybe, just maybe, the contest will still actually be a contest in the ...
Africa’s Top Earning Footballers We have recently heard what Europe’s top football stars have been earning around the world and today we thought we would highlight Africa’s top five earners. Yaya Touré Gnégnéri ‘Yaya’ Touré was born 13 May, 1983 (age 31), in Bouaké, Côte d’Ivoire. He currently plays for English club Manchester City and the Ivory Coast national team. Yearly Salary: R192 million Monthly Salary: R16 million Didier Drogba Tébily ‘Didier’ Yves Drogba, is an Ivorian professional footballer who has recently returned to Chelsea. He was born on the 11 March, 1978 (age 36) in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire. Drobgba has recently retired from the national side and is the all-time top scorer for his country. Yearly Salary: R155 million Monthly Salary: R12.9 million Emmanuel Adebayor Sheyi Emmanuel Adebayor is a Togolese footballer who plays as a forward for Premier League club Tottenham Hotspurs and the Togo national team. He was born 26 February, 1984 (age 30) in Lomé, Togo. Yearly ...
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Sagna: Why I quit Arsenal for Manchester City "I joined to win titles" says Frenchman New Manchester City defender Bacary Sagna has revealed his reasons for joining the club from Arsenal this summer. "Players are here to work and to win trophies," Sagna said."I was watching them (City) celebrating last season and I wanted to celebrate at the same time and win trophies, and the best way to do that is to work, to wake up every day and give the maximum effort". The Frenchman joined Kolo Toure, Gael Glichy, Emmanuel Adebayor and Samir Nasri, who all made the switch from the Emirates Stadium to the Etihad Stadium in recent years. Sagna is in line to make his competitive debut for City in Sunday's Community Shield, ironically against his former club. Sagna, though, insists it is "just another game".
rumours in the global transfer market. Show: Last 12 hours Last 24 hours Last 3 days Last 7 days Niang in West Ham loan talks West Ham are attempting to bring AC Milan wideman M'baye Niang to Upton Park on loan. The 19-year-old spent the second half of last year on loan at Montpellier. Source: Guardian Series Saturday, May 24, 2014 11:09 AM Tottenham make Morata move Tottenham are making a late swoop for in-demand Real Madrid youngster Alvaro Morata. Arsenal are said to be in pole position to sign the 21-year-old but Spurs have other ideas. Source: Metro Saturday, May 24, 2014 10:43 AM Adebayor could make Monaco return Emmanuel Adebayor has emerged as a target for Ligue 1 side Monaco. The Tottenham striker would embark on a second spell there if he left Spurs to join the French outfit. Source: Daily Star Saturday, May 24, 2014 10:40 AM Arsenal consider Uchida move Arsenal are looking into the possibility of signing Schalke right-back Atsuto Uchida as Bacary Sagna nears an exit to Manchester City. Source: ...
THE SUN Chelsea are bracing themselves for a second mega swoop from Paris Saint-Germain as the French giants have launched another bid to grab Eden Hazard. Patrice Evra has given Louis van Gaal a massive boost by agreeing to stay at Manchester United next season. Hull lead the chase to sign Newcastle striker Shola Ameobi. West Brom chairman Jeremy Peace has admitted he was to blame for the club's nightmare season. We Hoolahan has handed in another transfer request - just 24 hours after the club appointed Neil Adams as manager. Costel Pantilimon will leave Manchester City on a quest for first-team football. Daily Mirror Liverpool fear Luis Suarez will be rushed back too quickly from knee surgery by Uruguay. Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy will kick-start his search for a new boss this weekend - once the result of the Champions League final is known. Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has ordered his scouts to keep tabs on Schalke's Japan international right-back Atsuto Uchida. Atletico Madrid's Juanfran is also ...
Togo striker, Emmanuel Adebayor, has tipped Nigeria, there are four other African countries that will take part at the World Cup from next month. Algeria, Cameroon, Ghana and Ivory Coast are the four other nations. But the Tottenham Hotspur forward has picked the African champions to shine at the World Cup ahead of the other African representatives saying they “have all the ingredients to be good in the World Cup.” He explained that Nigeria’s Super Eagles because of their coach, Stephen Keshi, who managed Togo between 2004 and 2006 and qualified them for the 2006 World Cup. The Former Arsenal and Manchester City man also talked on the influence the trio of John Obi Mikel, Victor Moses and Vincent Enyeama will have in the Nigerian team during the World Cup. “Out of these teams, it [my choice for which of the African teams will go the furthest] would be Nigeria because of their concentration. Because of Stephen Keshi [the coach] – he knows a lot about football and everything. He has been there as ...
Manchester United are this week being tipped to join derby rivals Manchester City in the race to sign Arsenal right-back Bacary Sagna. Incoming manager Louis van Gaal has reportedly identified the 31-year-old as a summer target and wants the defender to compete with Rafael for a fullback slot at Old Trafford. Cross-city rivals City however are also interested, with some reports suggesting the new Premier League champions are set to offer Sagna a four-year deal worth somewhere in the region of £100,000-a-week. Both Manchester clubs have plucked players from the Emirates in the past, with City doing so quite memorably when they signed Emmanuel Adebayor in 2009, while Samir Nasri and Gael Clichy have both swapped the Emirates for the Etihad in the past. United meanwhile landed Robin Van Persie from the Gunners in 2012. But is Sagna really the ideal solution for either side’s defensive issues? Especially at United, where Rafael is progressing quite well, though admittedly with very little competition at ri ...
Bacary Sagna will almost double his wages after agreeing to join Manchester City in a deal worth at least £120,000‑a‑week. City are on the verge of announcing the free transfer after Arsenal failed to persuade him to extend his seven-year stay. The Gunners offered to improve Sagna’s £70,000- a-week contract but their package fell short of the offer from City. Turkish champions Fenerbahce did match City’s bid but the 31‑year-old has decided to become the latest Arsenal player to move from the Emirates to the Etihad since the Manchester club were taken over by billionaire Sheikh Mansour in 2008. Emmanuel Adebayor was the first and he has been followed by Kolo Toure, Gael Clichy and Samir Nasri.
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Emmanuel Adebayor Togolese international, Emmanuel Adebayor has offered an insight into some of the African teams who will represent their countries at the 2014 World Cup. Speaking to Daily Express, the former Manchester City player started with Ivory Coast which boasts of fantastic players like Did
Please correct me if am wrong - Emmanuel Adebayor, Gael Clichy, Samir Nasri, Kolo And Sagna left Arsenal for Manchester City. I strongly believe that Arsenal may be a feeder team of Manchester City.
FOOTBALL 411: French defender, Bacary Sagna sets to become Arsenal's fifth player to switch over to the Etihad Stadium, home of Manchester City after the 31 years old turned down Arsenal's offer to improve his £70,000,00 per week contract. With the likes of Emmanuel Adebayor, Kolo Toure, Gael Clichy, and Samir Nasir having joined City from Arsenal, Sagna is poised with a £120,000,00 per week at Man City.
So let me get this straight. Manchester City are being fined £50 million for spunking far too much money on buying their way to their trophies. But at what point did UEFA think that fining the richest man in the world was actually going to have any effect whatsoever- this is the club that blew £25 million on Emmanuel Adebayor! Pathetic. Pointless. Clueless. Sadly typical.
London Evening Standard Emmanuel Adebayor's chances of returning to the Tottenham team are being hampered by a wound on his Achilles tendon that has left him unable to wear a football boot. Manchester Evening News Manchester City are set to spend this summer - but they will be selective in their bids; an eye on the homegrown quota means Luke Shaw and Ross Barkley could be targeted. Inter Milan are eyeing a move for City striker Edin Dzeko in the summer according to reports in Italy. LIVERPOOL ECHO Daniel Sturridge admitted his pride at reaching a "special" milestone was magnified by the importance of the victory after Liverpool beat Sunderland 2-1 at Anfield. Leon Osman admitted Everton are "outsiders" for Champions League qualification - but vowed to keep nipping at the heels of fourth-placed Arsenal until the end of the season. NEWCASTLE CHRONICLE Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa has shrugged off talk that Newcastle United's season is as good as over - insisting the campaign HAS been a success. THE JOURNAL Striker Con ...
A man who divides opinion, but for me Olivier Giroud is one of the worst forwards Arsene Wenger has signed. Of course, we’ve had players Marouane Chamakh, Park Chu-Young, Nicklas Bendtner and Gervinho but they were never been our main strikers. Since Arsene Wenger joined Arsenal in September of 1996, the main strikers at Arsenal have been Ian Wright, Dennis Bergkamp, Nicholas Anelka, Thierry Henry, Nwankwo Kanu, Davor Suker, Robin Van Persie, Emmanuel Adebayor, Eduardo and now Olivier Giroud. He’s not even in the same league as the rest of those players, and the list includes the biggest wanker that is Adebayor. He’s not good enough. He wouldn’t get into any other Top 10 side, nevermind any Top 4 team. Manchester City have Aguero, Jovetic, Dzeko and Negredo, Liverpool have Suarez and Sturridge, Chelsea even have Torres and Eto’o who are past it but they’re still better than Giroud. In a nutshell, his ability to miss the simplest of chances has cost Arsenal dearly this season. With a top class ...
Struggling Italian giants AC Milan are tracking Togo striker Emmanuel Adebayor, according to Sky Sport Italia. The seven-time European champions could make a play for the 30-year-old star, who currently plays for English top-flight side Tottenham, in the summer. Since coming out of the cold after he was frozen out of the Spurs first team by former manager Andre Villas-Boas, Adebayor has impressed with commanding displays and a handsome return of eight goals in 13 games. Milan boss Clarence Seedorf is said to be a fan of the Former Arsenal, Manchester City and Real Madrid star, but his decision to sign him could depend on who leaves San Siro this summer.Some high profile names like Italian stars Mario Balotelli, Mattia De Sciglio and Ignazio Abate, are said to be likely to leave the side.Dutchman Seedorf has already signed Ghana and Morocco midfielders Michael Essien and Adel Taraabt. The duo met Ghana and Guinea stars Sulley Muntari and Kevin Constant at the club.
9JA PLAYERS ABROAD (ENGLAND) Joseph Yobo was at his best as Norwich City handed visiting Tottenham Hotspur a 1-0 defeat at Carrow Road. The Super Eagles skipper combined well with Sebastien Bassong in the Canaries' defence to thwart the attacking forays of Emmanuel Adebayor. Yobo has played three times this season for Norwich since his loan move from Fenerbahce. Osaze Odemwingie featured for 90 minutes as Stoke City lost 1-0 away to Manchester City. The Potters had fancied their chances of running away with a point before Yaya Toure’s goal gave Manuel Pellegrini’s side victory in the tough encounter. Osaze has played four games in the EPL this season with a goal to show for it. Victor Moses was a second half substitute as Liverpool survived Swansea scare in a seven goal thriller at Anfield Road. The Super Eagles star came on for Daniel Sturridge in the 79th minute and his contribution ensured that the Reds grabbed victory at home. The game was his 14th game of the season since he joined from Chelsea. ...
Manchester City are still paying Tottenham's Emmanuel Adebayor £40,000 a week.
London Evening Standard Mathieu Flamini is convinced Arsenal are capable of producing one of the shock results of the season by knocking holders Bayern Munich out of the Champions League. Jose Mourinho has revealed his frustration with Chelsea's medical team over John Terry's prolonged absence with a leg injury. Younes Kaboul believes Emmanuel Adebayor will perform at his best only if he feels he has the trust of his manager. Manchester Evening News Wayne Rooney's signature is not yet on a new United contract agreement but the Reds are hopeful the coup will go through. Despite triggering an extension clause in his Old Trafford deal, Patrice Evra is still expected to leave the Reds in the summer. The man who led the Red Knights group that tried to buy United in 2010 says the club's poor form will hit its finances if it continues into next season. Manchester City are the toughest opponent Barcelona could have faced in the Champions League last-16, according to Pedro. LIVERPOOL ECHO Steven Gerrard is convinc ...
SPORTS UPDATE WITH EMMAH ATAI: INTERNATIONAL FOOTBALL: Arsenal missed the change to go top of the Premier League as Liverpool moved to within four points of the summit yesterday ahead of their FA Cup clash with the Gunners. Arsene Wenger's men were held to a goalless draw at home to champions Manchester United while Liverpool had to twice come from behind before Steven Gerrard's stoppage-time penalty sealed a 3-2 win away to bottom-of-the table Fulham. Arsenal were left a point behind leaders Chelsea on a night when title rivals Manchester City saw their match at home to Sunderland postponed because of severe weather battering the north-west of England that also saw Everton's game against Crystal Palace called off. At St James' Park, Tottenham Hotspur, who looked as if they would move to within a point of fourth-placed Liverpool, remained three behind the Merseysiders despite Emmanuel Adebayor scoring twice in a crushing 4-0 win away to Newcastle. Elsewhere, Stoke and Swansea shared the points in a 1-1 d ...
Man City's £600m investment is paying off - bursting their bubble is Mourinho's biggest challenge since returning to Chelsea One of the most interesting figures in Manchester City's recent accounts showed that the club has spent more than £600million on incoming transfers since the Abu Dhabi takeover of 2008. Robinho, Emmanuel Adebayor, Carlos Tevez, Craig Bellamy, Sergio Aguero, David Silva, Yaya Toure. It is an astonishing list of talent. Tonight at the Etihad Stadium is the reason City have invested so extravagantly. A Barclays Premier League game against Chelsea and Jose Mourinho. Second plays third and City have the chance to go top. Is it a shootout for the title? Not quite but it feels like it. City will be without Aguero, who is injured. But their back-up is stellar quality. Alvaro Negredo – The Beast – and Edin Dzeko will threaten Chelsea's defence. As the graphic above from WhoScored.Com shows, City's strikers are streets ahead of their Chelsea counterparts. Silva – who could choose any ...
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The emergence of Nabil Bentaleb and rejuvenation of striker Emmanuel Adebayor have been welcome boosts to Sherwood, but with so many seemingly heading for the exit, here are five players that he may look to bring in this month. Karl Darlow The Nottingham Forest goalkeeper has been linked with a move to White Hart Lane over the past week, with the 23-year-old playing a key role in Forest's impressive season so far, with Billy Davies' side sitting in fifth place. Hugo Lloris isn't about to be replaced any time soon, but landing a promising stopper will help Spurs plan for the future - particularly with Heurelho Gomes and Brad Friedel set to leave or retire. Rumours suggest that manager Tim Sherwood would loan Darlow back for the rest of season to continue his development at the City Ground, before joining up with Tottenham in the summer. Joleon Lescott Former Everton centre back Lescott has been on the fringes of the Manchester City team for some time now, with manager Manuel Pellegrini preferring to play V ...
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Roberto Soldado has suffered a torrid time since arriving on English soil. Having been largely castigated as a ‘flop’ by some sections of the media, while fellow Spaniard Alvaro Negredo has shone over at Manchester City, start to Premier League life has been tough for the Tottenham striker. Under Andre Villas-Boas, Soldado had frequently looked isolated and frustrated up front, toiling away to little or no use, with the game bypassing him unless Spurs were given a penalty. Only one goal came from open play this season for the Spanish striker, who had enjoyed such a productive spell at Valencia, with all other strikes outside of that goal at Aston Villa coming from the spot. But under Tim Sherwood, Soldado has looked a fresher prospect, seemingly enjoying having a strike partner in Emmanuel Adebayor to take some of the workload away from him and allow him to concentrate on his striking duties. While the goals have yet to flow, with his only strike under Sherwood being a penalty against Stoke, it almost ...
Tottenham recorded their second consecutive win at Old Trafford as victory over Manchester United lifted them to sixth in the Premier League. United began briskly but Emmanuel Adebayor guided in a header from Christian Eriksen's cross for Spurs. Eriksen doubled the lead with a close-range header after another Spurs break but Danny Welbeck beat Hugo Lloris to set up a frantic finish. Javier Hernandez had a late flick saved for the hosts as Spurs held on. It was a hugely impressive result for new Tottenham head coach Tim Sherwood, who is unbeaten in his four Premier League games in charge. Spurs were thumped 6-0 by Manchester City in November on their last visit to Manchester, but Wednesday's result is further evidence that Sherwood could be the right man to lead Tottenham forward despite the new boss, who is in his first managerial role, admitting he represented "a gamble". Adebayor, who was sidelined by former manager Andre Villas-Boas, has been given a new lease of life under ex-Spurs midfielder Sherwood ...
Tottenham are set to offer Emmanuel Adebayor a new contract. The Sunday Mirror says at the end of the season, the Togo striker will have just one year left on his contract. Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy will be reluctant to let Adebayor go into the final year of his contract and risk losing him on a free transfer after paying Manchester City £5million for him. And if he continues his impressive form at White Hart Lane, Sherwood would recommend Adebayor be given a contract extension.
Tottenham suffered a second successive home defeat as Modibo Maiga's late goal saw West Ham book a Capital One Cup semi-final tie with Manchester City. Spurs took the lead in the second half when Emmanuel Adebayor scored his first goal since May with a superb volley. The Hammers levelled when Matt Taylor found Matt Jarvis on the left side of the area and he smashed home. Five minutes from time substitute Maiga grabbed the winner when he headed in from Mohamed Diame's right-wing cross. It was a stunning end to a match that only came alive in the 67th minute when Adebayor, who had previously only played 45 minutes of club football this season, crashed home a spectacular opener. But ultimately Spurs were left to contemplate another defeat so soon after Sunday's 5-0 thrashing by Liverpool, which led to the sacking of manager Andre-Villas Boas. Hammer time This is the first time West Ham have won consecutive matches at White Hart Lane since 1966 The Portuguese's temporary replacement, Tim Sherwood, will be hop ...
Tottenham Hotspur forward Emmanuel Adebayor discusses some of the defining moments of his career, including his move from Arsenal to Manchester City and ...
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Just saw an old game and I'm confident that Emmanuel Adebayor has been Manchester City's biggest lost in the last few years!
All the team news ahead of Wednesday's Premier League fixtures, with Vincent Kompany returning to the Manchester City fold. Arsenal v Hull City - 19:45 Arsenal are missing full-back Bacary Sagna so Carl Jenkinson will start; Curtis Davies is suspended so James Chester will come in. Liverpool v Norwich City - 19:45 Playmaker Philippe Coutinho is set to return to the starting line-up as Daniel Sturridge remains sidelined; Anthony Pilkington (hamstring), Robert Snodgrass (knee) and Ricky van Wolfswinkel (toe) miss out. Manchester United v Everton - 19:45 Phil Jones is suspended after picking up five yellow cards but Ryan Giggs is likely to start; Everton manager Roberto Martinez has no new injury worries ahead of the trip to Old Trafford, with Leighton Baines out. Southampton v Aston Villa - 19:45 Artur Boruc will miss the clash against Aston Villa because of a broken hand; Paul Lambert will check on striker Andreas Weimann's fitness. Stoke City v Cardiff City - 19:45 Stoke defender Robert Huth will miss the ...
Latest Football News & Transfer Gossips :- - Juan Mata fears for his World Cup chances after being sidelined at Chelsea as Juventus and Atletico Madrid prepare January loan moves for the Spanish star. - France midfielder Yann M'Vila sparked Transfer Rumours aplenty in Liverpool after being spotted in the away end at the Merseyside derby. - Manchester City add Real Madrid keeper Iker Casillas to list of targets to replace Joe Hart. - Derby insist they have not agreed to sell England Under-21s starlet Will Hughes to Liverpool in January. - Emmanuel Adebayor is in line for a £1.4million payment if he snubs a January move away from Tottenham. - Ashley Cole leads a clutch of England stars battling for a World Cup place while frozen out at club level. - Former Chelsea boss Guus Hiddink will make his comeback into football management after the World Cup finals in Brazil. - Gareth Bale has revealed David Beckham gave him tips on becoming a Real Madrid Galactico. - Arsenal may move for Getafe's Romania striker Ci ...
FACT: Emmanuel Adebayor is still receiving £40,000 every week from Manchester City - despite not starting a league game th…
Manchester City are still paying around £40,000-a-week to Emmanuel Adebayor as part of the deal which saw the...
Emmanuel Adebayor in line to feature against his former club Manchester City this weekend:
Tottenham manager Andre Villas-Boas has revealed that Emmanuel Adebayor could feature against Manchester City this Sunday.
Emmanuel Adebayor could make a shock first appearance of the season against former club Manchester City at the Etihad …
Tottenham Hotspur striker Emmanuel Adebayor in line for start against Manchester City
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Rumours of Emmanuel Adebayor starting for Spurs against Manchester City. Please God, no.
Sunday Sports gossip TRANSFER GOSSIP Liverpool are monitoring Southampton's Jay Rodriguez, 24, but Arsenal are also said to be impressed by the striker, who was called into the England squad this week. Tottenham will make a move for Manchester United's 25-year-old striker Javier Hernandez in January if they can transfer 29-year-old Emmanuel Adebayor. Arsenal are considering making a £22m bid for Real Madrid striker Karim Benzema, 25, after fears that the Spanish giants will pip them to the £50m signing of Liverpool striker Luis Suarez, 26. Belgian side Anderlecht are considering a loan move for Chelsea midfielder Kevin de Bruyne, 22, in the January transfer window. Stoke City boss Mark Hughes is keen to reunite with Manchester City defender Joleon Lescott, 31, who he signed while he was manager at the Etihad Stadium in 2009. Newcastle are keen on PSV Eindhoven midfielder Ola Toivonen and could make a cut-price £2.5m bid if the 27-year-old Swede fails to sign a new deal for the Dutch side. Manchester Ci ...
WALKER BACKS ADE TO SHINE ONCE AGAIN - FJ Kyle Walker has backed team-mate Emmanuel Adebayor to get back among the goals at Tottenham despite not yet playing a match this season. The striker has not featured for Spurs since May, having been forced to train with the Spurs youth team for part of the campaign. But Adebayor, who admits his career has hit rock-bottom, is now back with his senior team-mates and Walker has backed the 29-year-old to rediscover the form of previous years. ‘He is a fantastic player and he trains really hard,’ Walker said. ‘It’s not up to me to decide whether he plays or not: that is a decision for the manager. But we’re fully behind him and the manager. ‘You don’t play for Arsenal, Manchester City and Real Madrid if you’re not a decent player. I believe fully in every striker we have at the club. Adebayor, Jermain Defoe, Harry Kane, who came on against Hull and scored. ‘It just takes time. The goals are going to come, most definitely. It’s just about being patie ...
The Five Top Worst Spending Sprees Based on the Following Season’s Results 1. Manchester City 2008 Man City, with Mark Hughes as manager, spent about a £140m in 2008 when they signed numerous players including Brazilian international Robinho for a £32.5m from Real Madrid. When the January transfer window opened they paid £18m for Nigel De Jong £12m for Wayne Bridge and another £14m for Craig Bellamy. The team ended the season in 10th place after buying a total of 13 players. 2. Manchester City 2009 After forking over £140m in transfer fees the previous year, City followed it up by spending another £130m in 2009. This time Hughes bought players such as Roque Santa Cruz for £18m and then paid £25m for Emmanuel Adebayor another £16m for Kolo Toure, £25.5m for Carlos Tevez and £24m for Joleon Lescott. Hughes took them to fifth place and was sacked. Roberto Mancini took over and they finished the campaign still in fifth. 3. Manchester United 2001 Man United shelled out a total of £75.5m in 2001 ...
MATCH PREVIEW - Everton (Away) K.O 1330 (GMT) Today's match sees us travel to deepest darkest Liverpool where we face ex-Wigan boss Roberto Martinez's up and coming Toffees side, who have only lost once since the start of the season against a strong Manchester City side at the Etihad. We travel to Goodison Park looking for a third consecutive Victory after triumphs over Hull City in the League and Cup. Last season, we were cruelly defeated in the dying minutes after Clint Dempsey put us in front after 76 minutes. We hope to pick up a first victory at Goodison in seven attempts and that would project us into 2nd place in the Barclay's Premier League table after yesterdays results. TEAM NEWS- Everton are without Alcaraz (Hamstring), Gibson (Knee) and Kone (Knee) whereas ourselves travel without Kyle Naughton (Thigh), Nacer Chadli (Hamstring) and Emmanuel Adebayor (Foot). Hope you've enjoyed our first preview, please feel free to comment any suggestions and leave a like if you enjoyed it, COYS - Jack
FUTURE NEWS: Real Madrid sign Andros Townsend for world record fee Written by Ben Holt Friday, 18 October 2013 20:09 Andros Townsend has joined Real Madrid from Spurs for £150m, breaking former teammate Gareth Bale’s record to become the most expensive player in the world. He joins the La Liga runners up following months of speculation surrounding his future. Over the last two months, Spurs have also received bids for the England winger from Wigan Athletic, with Qatar's Crown Prince Sheikh Tamim Bin Hamad al-Thani looking to make his first signing as the club’s new owner, and Manchester City, who recently signed Belgium’s entire World Cup winning squad. But last week, it was reported that Townsend personally met with Daniel Levy asking him to accept the Spanish giants’ bid. Townsend’s amazing year saw him win the PFA and FWA Player of the Season, scoring 37 goals in all competitions, including a double-hattrick against Azerbaijani champions Neftchi Baku in the Europa League third qualifying ...
The Sunday Times [paywall] have published their Sports Rich List and there are a number of Arsenal people featuring in the Top 100. The first Arsenal man to appear is former defender Sol Campbell who ranks 30th, a drop of six places compared to last year with a reported wealth of £33m, a drop of £1m since 2012. Next to appear is Arsene Wenger who holds his 37th place despite an increase of £3m on last year with a wealth of £29m. Former Arsenal captain Patrick Vieira appears at 45 with £23m, helped, no doubt, by his wages at Manchester City while Emmanuel Adebayor makes his first appearance on the list at 77 with £14m. Robin Van Persie is joint 91st with £12m, another new entry and the final name on the list. There are no current Arsenal players in the top 100. Topping the list, it is no surprise to see David Beckham hold the number one spot with £165m, an increase of £5m compared to his fortune this time last year. Top 20 in the Sunday Times Rich List: Rank 2013(2012) Name Worth Rise/Fall Source ...
PAPER TALK TODAY: -Pepe Reina admits he could have been the Arsenal number one lastnight. -West Brom wonderkid Saido Berahino will boost his pay packet by 20 times if he agrees a new contract. -Real Madrid defender Sergio Ramos could move to PSG or Manchester City next year as his calls for a pay rise have been ignored. -Tottenham have sent scouts to run the rule over Athletic Bilbao forward Ibai Gomez. -Andre Villas-Boas is under pressure to bring Emmanuel Adebayor back into his first-team plans at Tottenham. -Liverpool skipper Steven Gerrard feared Luis Suarez could quit Anfield in the summer. -Shinji Kagawa has admitted he is facing a major battle to survive at Manchester United. -West Brom boss Steve Clarke has a £1.7million deal in place for loan star Morgan Amalfitano. -Rafael Benitez last night hailed Arsene Wenger as the best manager in the Premier League. -David Beckham is in his final round of negotiations with backers for his return to Major League Soccer as the owner of a new franchise in Mia ...
Friday's gossip column Chelsea's reshaping of their squad under manager Jose Mourinho continued last night, with striker Demba Ba, 29, holding talks with Anzhi Makhachkala. Midfielder John Obi Mikel, 26, will follow him out of Stamford Bridge. Leandro Damiao Leandro Damiao is valued at about £18m by his current club Internacional Turkish side Besiktas say they are hopeful of signing Emmanuel Adebayor, 29, after lodging an official bid for the Spurs striker. Arsenal are finalising negotiations with Real Madrid for the £22m signing of striker Gonzalo Higuain, 25, who will become the club's record signing and highest-paid player. Manchester City are ready to listen to offers for Brazilian right-back Maicon. The 31-year-old is behind Pablo Zabaleta and Micah Richards in the Etihad pecking order. Real Madrid central defender Pepe, 30, is understood to be top of new Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini's list of transfer targets. David Moyes is set to announce that striker Wayne Rooney, 27, is staying at Ol ...
Besiktas are interested in signing out-of-favour Emmanuel Adebayor. The Turkish club have made the striker their top summer target and have begun discussions with Tottenham over a £5million move. Adebayor, 29, has had a tough time at White Hart Lane since joining from Manchester City last summer and could be tempted to leave . Lets hope so ...Carl
Todays Transfer News: Nicolas Anelka is undergoing a medical at West Brom ahead of his proposed return to the Premier League. Liverpool striker Luis Suarez has been subject of some surprise backing to join Arsenal this summer, with various bookmakers reporting significant stakes. Norwich line up move for former Stoke keeper Carlo Nash Newcastle United have completed the signing of teenage prospect Olivier Kemen. Blackburn sign DJ Campbell on a two-year deal Djibril Cisse joins Russian outfit Kuban Krasnodar Tottenham striker Emmanuel Adebayor wanted by Besiktas Chelsea confirm Marco van Ginkel deal in place Manchester City are lining up a move for Sevilla striker Alvaro Negredo Arsenal close on Gonzalo Higuain
-Joe Kinnear has insisted that -Newcastle boss Alan Pardew is "delighted" he has returned. -Liverpool will tell Luis Suarez to slap in a transfer request if he is determined to quit England. -Joe Kinnear has made signing a new striker the number one priority as he prepares to kickstart the Newcastle revolution. -Owen Coyle has told Roberto Martinez to forget about landing his old Wigan pals on the cheap this summer. -Manchester City are to step up their chase for Isco. -Laurent Koscielny will snub the likes of Bayern Munich and Barcelona and stay at Arsenal. -Nani has snubbed a return to Portugal to rejoin Sporting Lisbon or sign for Benfica. -Fenerbahce and West Ham want to end Emmanuel Adebayor's unhappy spell at Tottenham. -Russell Martin is set to sign a new three-year deal at Norwich. -Peter Odemwingie could be heading to London and newly-promoted Crystal Palace. -John Obi Mikel is wanted by Galatasaray in a £13m deal. -Gus Poyet's future at Brighton is no clearer after the suspended boss failed to ...
Why £35m ‘flop’ Carroll is actually underrated By Eurosport | Early Doors – 5 hours ago Email Share Andy Carroll: better than you think Name a better English striker than Andy Carroll... Go. OK, Wayne Rooney you can have, even if he has more miles on the clock than a B-reg Austin Allegro. Rumour has it he named his son Klay after what it looked like he was running through this season. Right, who else? Jermain Defoe? Gives you 10 of those great goals a season when he cuts in from the left and pings it into the far corner. And literally nothing else. There's a reason trusted Emmanuel Adebayor - a.k.a. the least reliable striker in world football - down the stretch this season. Daniel Sturridge? Terrific goalscorer, but almost irredeemably selfish as a player. There's a reason Manchester City and Chelsea have both seen fit to let him go in his short career. And that reason might just be those dreadful goal celebrations. Theo Walcott? Whatever the man himself might think, Theo is categorically not a st ...
LOYALTY OR DISLOYALTY; RESPECT OR DISRESPECT; RIGHT OR WRONG? For those who are fanatic followers of the round leather game of football,how would you judge the reactions of a player who scores against his former club and refuses to celebrate..do you think such a player is been fair to his present club? cos he needs to always celebrate with his present club as mark of respect and loyaly too. In yesterday's UEFA Champions League match btw Manchester United and Real Madrid, christiano Ronaldo refused to celeberate after scoring against his former club... On the contrary, Emmanuel Adebayor then of Manchester City screamed shouting around the pitch when he scored against Arsenal his former club.. How would you judge these players..was Adebayor right or wrong...Was Ronaldo right or wrong.. Have your say cos iam writing an article and your comments will help me a great deal..thanks
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Latest EPL News & Transfer Gossips :- - Manchester City have joined Liverpool in the chase for Barcelona flop Alexis Sanchez. - Fulham skipper Brede Hangeland will sign a new contract at Craven Cottage in the coming weeks. - Luis Suarez won't leave even if Liverpool miss out on Europe completely, insists Kop boss Brendan Rodgers. - Liverpool and West Ham's pursuit of Wilfried Bony recieved a boost after the Vitesse Arnhem striker's move to Russia fell through. - Spurs boss Andre Villas-Boas will listen to offers for striker Emmanuel Adebayor this summer, and will look to bring in long-term target Leandro Damiao or Portugal forward Eder. - Real Madrid playmaker Kaká has his heart set on a move to the MLS according to brother Digão. - Argentina and Roma starlet Erik Lamela has denied any contact with Manchester United over a £30million move. - Teenage Premier League star Raheem Sterling is due in court today charged with assaulting a woman. - Wayne Rooney reckons home comforts can help push Manchester Un ...
- Real Madrid director of football Zinedine Zidane watched Tottenham star Gareth Bale on Thursday night against Lyon. - Arsene Wenger claims Arsenal can commit £80million to sign Radamel Falcao from under the noses of Chelsea and Manchester City. - Emmanuel Adebayor blames the Togo federation for his late return to Tottenham after the Africa Cup of Nations. - Sunderland goalkeeper Simon Mignolet will ignore any potential interest from Arsenal and Manchester United. - Michael Carrick admits Robin Van Persie is better than he thought he was when the Manchester United striker was an Arsenal player.
Emmanuel Adebayor: I’m desperate to finally put one over Arsenal. The striker wants to prove he was right to join Tottenham report the London Evening Standard. Emmanuel Adebayor believes his decision to leave Arsenal will finally be vindicated if Tottenham beat their North London rivals to Champions League qualification. The forward will try to make up for his early red card in the derby last November — which the Gunners went on to win 5-2 — by helping Tottenham beat their rivals at White Hart Lane next weekend and strike an important blow in the race for a top-four finish. Adebayor left Arsenal in 2009 to join Manchester City, before moving to Spurs permanently last summer following a season-long loan spell. The 28-year-old has yet to find top form this season but after showing flickers of his best in the second half of last night’s 1-1 draw in Lyon, which set up a Europa League last-16 tie with Inter Milan, Adebayor is determined to put one over on his old club. “It’s getting better for us e ...
Emmanuel Adebayor's not loafing, he just needs unlocking says Spurs boss Villas-Boas The Togo forward has just three goals for Spurs since his £5million permanent move to North London from Manchester City in the summer. That haul is in stark contract to last term when, as an on-loan player trying to earn a move to the White Hart Lane club, Adebayor had 10 goals by this stage of the campaign and ended it with 18. A big performance is needed from him on Thursday night when Spurs go into the away leg of their Europa League last-32 tie against Lyon with a 2-1 lead. Villas-Boas said: “We’re trying to unlock the best of Adebayor. Last year shows as an example of what we’re trying to get out of him. “The team has adapted its style of play, which can relate to the dynamic of how he adapts to the other players. “We have been speaking to him about how he can get into that goal-scoring position. “Strikers live off goals and we’re doing everything we can to try and unlock his full potential." Critics p ...
Some more gossips! (SK 24) =Felix Brych (GERMANY) will take charge of Real Madrid vs United -SIR ALEX: RONALDO WAS DESTINED FOR GREATNESS -Borussia Dortmund manager Jurgen Klopp has ruled out a move to Chelsea, he insisted he will not move to Stamford Bridge next season. -Joe Hart, Edin Dzeko, Gareth Barry and Samir Nasri are all set for the Manchester City chop for FA Cup as boss Roberto Mancini vows to make changes after St Mary's flop. -Real Madrid defender Sergio Ramos has warned Manchester United that they will have to contain a rampant Cristiano Ronaldo who is at the peak of his career in Wednesday's Champions League round of 16 tie at the Bernabeu. -Emmanuel Adebayor fined £160,000 for returning late from African Nations Cup -Jose Mourinho: "Sir Alex is such an important person in the world of football and, more importantly, he is good person." -Yaya Touré:"City can still win the Premier League" -Chelsea set to sign Partizan star Markovic for a fee of 7 million. -Manchester United manager Sir Ale ...
The stories making the headlines of the backpages of today's newspapers :- Spurs could fine Emmanuel Adebayor £160,000 after he arrived back in England late from the Africa Cup of Nations - the club eventually had to splash out on a private jet to get him back - (THE SUN) Roberto Mancini is on borrowed time at Manchester City after defeat to Southampton all-but ended their title challenge - (Daily Mirror) Peter Odemwingie will travel with West Brom to Liverpool tonight after clear-the-air talks with Steve Clarke - (THE SUN) Clarke reckons Liverpool remain a great club but no longer have a great team - (Daily Mail) Arsenal defender Thomas Vermaelen has had an anti-inflammatory injection in the hope of avoiding ankle surgery that could sideline him for a lengthy spell - (Daily Mail) West Brom striker Shane Long has emerged as a target for Serie A side Lazio, with Spaniards Sevilla also interested - (Daily Mirror) Anger among Manchester City stars continues in the wake of the 3-1 defeat at Southampton and i ...
Arsene Wenger got £80m from Manchester City for Samir Nasri, Gael Clichy, Kolo Toure, and Emmanuel Adebayor.
Teko Modise recently made headlines for being well-paid at Sundowns, at less that R5 million a year before tax. Here's trivia to put that in context. Of the top 10 highest paid African Footballers not one is from Mzantsi. 1. Samuel E'too in Russia (R200 million a year AFTER TAX) 2. Yaya Toure, Manchester City (R150m) 3. Didier Drogba in China (R130m) 4. Seydou Keita in China (R120m) 5. Emmanuel Adebayor, Hotspurs (R100m) 6. Kolo Toure, Man City (R60m) 7. Fred Kanoute in China (R60m) 8. Chris Samba in Russia (R55m) 9. Michael Essien, Real Madrid (R50m) 10. Mikel Obi, Chelsea (R45m). How's that for "Soccer's Mr Big Bucks" Teko, as our media call him?
Emmanuel Adebayor went from Tottenham Hotspur's hero to zero against former club Arsenal as he scored and was then sent off in a dramatic 5-2 North London derby defeat. The Togolese striker, who angered Arsenal fans when leaving for Manchester City in 2009 before this summer making a permanent transfer to Spurs after an initial loan, set up a typically hectic meeting at Emirates Stadium with the opener. Adebayor's goal added to his lack of popularity among Gunners fans following his controversial celebration three years ago for City when scoring in his first reunion with his ex-employers and then his penalty goal in last season's ultimate repeat 5-2 defeat for Spurs. But his emotions got the better of him shortly after the quarter-hour mark on Saturday and his red card for a lunge on Santi Cazorla allowed Arsenal to come back and win through Per Mertesacker, Lukas Podolski, Olivier Giroud, Cazorla and Theo Walcott despite Gareth Bale's consolation. Tottenham started well and, less than a minute after a Wi ...
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Gunners fans want their Arsenal back – and Van Persie will show just why Sorry, this is going to go down like a lead balloon with some Arsenal fans – but it needs to be said. Wonderful as the Gunners' comeback was at Reading in the Capital One Cup, it only papered over the cracks. If they go 4-0 down inside half an hour against Manchester United at Old Trafford on Saturday, there will be no coming back from the dead. When they come up against old boy Robin Van Persie, there will be no room for passengers who go missing when the chips are down, as too many Arsenal players did for an hour at Reading. I'm afraid it's almost inevitable that Van Persie will have a big influence at his reunion with Arsenal, just as Emmanuel Adebayor came back to haunt them when he moved to Manchester City from the Emirates. The bottom line is that Van Persie left Arsenal in the summer to join a bigger and better club, and I don't blame him. He is playing with Wayne Rooney every week where he could have been partnering Girou ...
Chelsea ace set for £20m move Chelsea striker Daniel Sturridge looks set for a £20 million move away from Stamford Bridge in January, according to the Daily Express. The 23-year-old’s chances at Chelsea have been limited to just four substitute appearances under new manager Roberto Di Matteo this season and he is desperate for first team football in order to re-ignite his England career. Liverpool and Tottenham are both reported to be interested in the striker but Chelsea are only willing to sell Sturridge if they meet their £20 million price tag. Reds manager Brendan Rodgers failed in a transfer deadline day loan swoop for the former Manchester City player and is eager to strengthen his striking options at Anfield, which currently only consists of Uruguayan striker Luis Suarez. Tottenham manager Andres Villas-Boas worked with Sturridge during his short spell as Chelsea boss last season and is keen to bring him to White Hart Lane to link him up with Jermain Defoe and Emmanuel Adebayor as he attempts ...
perpindahan terbaru... Cesar Azpilicueta to Chelsea from Marseille for 8.8m€ Victor Moses to Chelsea from Wigan for 8.9m€ Nuri Sahin to Liverpool from Real Madrid for ??m€ Adam Johnson to Sunderland from Manchester City for 12.6m€ Steven Fletcher to Sunderland from Wolverhampton for 15.2m€ Matt Jarvis to West Ham from Wolverhampton for 9.5m€ Alexander Tettey to Norwich City from Rennes for 1.3m€ Sung-Yong Ki to Swansea City from Celtic Glasgow for 7m€ Alexander Buttner to Manchester United from Vitesse for 5m€ Emmanuel Adebayor to Tottenham from Manchester City for 6.4m€
Goal.com shared the following link and had this to say about it: Andre Villas-Boas dismisses Leandro Damiao move this summer and claims Tottenham will not buy another striker this month. The club secured the signing of Emmanuel Adebayor from Manchester City this week. Adebayor, Jermain Defoe & Harry Kane - how will Spurs' limited strikeforce cope this season?? manager Andre Vill...
Togo international striker Emmanuel Adebayor completed his transfer from English Premier League champions Manchester City to Tottenham Hotspur Tuesday.
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Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspurs have agreed on a fee reported to be around £5m for the transfer of Togolese forward Emmanuel Adebayor. The deal sees the striker moving to White Hart Lane on a permanent transfer for 3 years, getting an estimated £170 000 per week. Meanwhile Barcelona have unveiled Alex Song. Vilanova saying he will start against Real Madrid on Thursday in the Spanish Cup
Tottenham Hotspur have announced the signing of Manchester City striker Emmanuel Adebayor.
Transfer Gossips - -Marseille right-back Cesar Azpilicueta is reportedly close to sealing a £7million switch to Chelsea and he believes it would good for everyone if a deal can be finalised, as it would help the French club’s finances. -I don't need an Agent, I will always stay at Arsenal -Jack Wilshere -Manchester United have completed the deal to sign Vitesse's left back Alexander Buttner. ! -Chelsea make opening £29M bid for Napoli ace Cavani Chelsea hope to do business with Napoli over Edinson Cavani for £29 million. -Swansea first-team coach Alan Curtis has confirmed that the club are preparing to sell Scott Sinclair to Manchester City. -Joe Hart: I want a medal every season -We didn't use him enough: Fergie blames players for not getting best out of Van Persie. -Sky Sports understands Tottenham are close to finally agreeing a deal to sign Emmanuel Adebayor from Manchester City. -RT According to BBC Liverpool,Sunderland and Tottenham have all joined the race for the signing of Adam Johnson from ...
Tottenham Hotspur to resume talks with Manchester City for Emmanuel Adebayor?
Manchester City once failed with an accidental £30 million bid for Barcelona’s Lionel Messi, it has been revealed. City have shown themselves to be willing to splash the cash in order to land big names ever since being taken over by the Abu Dhabi United Group in 2008, having spent over £30 million on each of Robinho and Sergio Aguero, and over £25 million on Edin Dzeko, Carlos Tevez, Emmanuel Adebayor, Mario Balotelli, David Silva and Yaya Toure. Upon arriving at the club in 2008, City’s owners wanted to make a landmark signing and eventually splashed out on Robinho from Real Madrid, having just missed out on Kaka, Fernando Torres and Dimitar Berbatov as well. Now former Chief Executive Garry Cook, who famously accused Kaka of ‘bottling’ his move to the Etihad Stadium, has revealed that in the confusion of their attempts to land a big name in the summer of 2008, contact was made with Barcelona over the prospect of landing Messi.
Van Persie, who scored 37 goals last season, made it clear from the outset that he wanted to leave the Gunners this summer, releasing a statement on his personal website last month announcing that he would not sign a new deal, meaning he would be able to leave for nothing next summer. United were not always the front-runners for his signature, with their bitter rivals Manchester City initially leading the race for last season’s double player of the year. GOAL AT GOODISON? 4/1 Robin Van Persie is 4/1 to score the first goal when Manchester United take on Everton with Paddy Power City, however, pulled out of the running as they were unable to offload squad places and, perhaps more crucially, wages with the likes of Emmanuel Adebayor, Roque Santa Cruz and Edin Dzeko still at the club. Interest from Italian giants Juventus cooled months ago, while Real Madrid and Barcelona ruled out moves for Van Persie, leaving United with a clear run to negotiate with Arsenal. The Gunners were reluctant to do business wi ...
Emmanuel Adebayor has been told he will not play for Manchester City this season by Roberto Mancini.
Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini says that he feels sorry for Emmanuel Adebayor's predicament but he has on.
Roberto Mancini says Emmanuel Adebayor has "no chance" of playing for Manchester City again under him
Manchester City striker Emmanuel Adebayor —who was on loan at Tottenham Hotspur last season—looks set to complete a deal with the North London club over the summer transfer window...
Top News: Sir Alex Ferguson’s latest absence from Man United’s pre-season friendly has strengthened the rumours that the veteran manager stayed back in England to push forward a deal for Robin Van Persie.But the Daily Mail reports that Arsene Wenger’s great rivalry with Sir Alex is a huge obstacle and with the Red Devils not likely to go beyond their £15m bid for the 28 year old, a stalemate has well and truly been reached. Meanwhile, the Mirror reports that Van Persie has infirmed Holland manager Louis van Gaal that he would definitely feature in Arsenal’s pre-season warm up game against Cologne later today. - new Manchester City have often been blamed for inflating the transfer prices and wages in the English game and the latest example of their financial indiscretions comes courtesy of one Emmanuel Adebayor. The People reports that City have surrendered to the striker’s demands as part of his move to Tottenham, which include a £5m sign-on fee and a further wage subsidy for the next two year ...
Adebayor threatens to pull plug on Tottenham move over £4m transfer fee Emmanuel Adebayor has threatened to pull the plug on his move to Tottenham unless he is directly handed the £4 million transfer fee that has been agreed with Manchester City, Goal.com can reveal. Sources have said that the Togo international has been offered a package that matches his current £170,000 City deal after the Premier League champions agreed to subsidise his basic Spurs salary on top of a £5m signing-on fee. It can be revealed that the transfer fee negotiated by the two clubs to take Adebayor to White Hart Lane has now been lowered from £5m to £4m. But the 28-year-old has told City he wants to be directly handed the entire £4m fee and effectively leave the club on a free transfer. “He wants to punish Manchester City for how he thinks they have treated him,” a source told Goal.com. “He wants a free transfer and has told them that if he doesn’t get it he will stay at Manchester City for two more years.” The l ...
sunderland wants fletcher why when these are up for offer for in or around fletchers asking price i no we wudnt get them but just putting it out there who you could have for the money safc would spend on fletcher defoe spurs value £8 million Luuk De Jong, FC Twente Around £12-15million Matias Suarez, Anderlecht £12 million or so Emmanuel Adebayor, Manchester City around £10 million possiable free downside wages Leandro Damiao, Internacional 22 years of age, and after hitting close to 70 goals £20m Robin Van Persie, Arsenal He's worth a lot more, but his contract situation could see Van Persie leave for around £15 million. stephen fletcher wolves est value £5.3 million wolves want over £13 million thats including add ons
Sport Gossip. Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers insists defender Martin Skrtel, 27, is not for sale. Real Madrid will not pay more than £27m for Luka Modric, 26, despite Tottenham revealing they will let the Croatian playmaker leave for £35m. Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers is hoping to sign midfielder Joe Allen, 22, from his former club Swansea for £15m. Emmanuel Adebayor, unhappy that Tottenham are asking him to take a £3m-a-year pay cut, is threatening to see out the remainder of his Manchester City contract.
The Daily Express suggests that Manchester City will make a formal approach to sign striker Robin Van Persie from Arsenal this week. City boss Roberto Mancini has been told that he will not be able to make a move for Van Persie till he has offloaded some of his more expensive strikers. Emmanuel Adebayor's move to Tottenham should help in this regard.
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Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur hv agreed a deal for Emmanuel Adebayor.
Lokomotiv Moscow are looking to thwart Tottenham's bid to sign striker Emmanuel Adebayor from Manchester City after making an £8m move for the striker.
Tottenham Hotspur agree a fee to sign Emmanuel Adebayor from Manchester City, following his loan spell last term.
Manchester City's Togolese striker Emmanuel Adebayor has agreed a deal with English Premier League rivals Tottenham Hotspur, according to reports here on Friday.
Tottenham Hotspur have agreed an undisclosed fee to sign Manchester City striker Emmanuel Adebayor
Mancini is also aware that Van Persie is reluctant to sign for City while Adebayor is at the club after the duo had a huge bust up back in 2009 when the Togo star stamped on the Dutchman. Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur have agreed a deal for Emmanuel Adebayor.
Spurs agree Adebayor deal - report Tottenham have agreed a deal with Manchester City to take striker Emmanuel Adebayor to White Hart Lane, according to reports
Tottenham Hotspur have agreed a fee to sign Togo's Emmanuel Adebayor from Manchester City.
Samir Nasri, Kalo Toure, Emmanuel Adebayor and Gael Clichy the were all Arsenal players who lost to Manchester City. Who's next?
La Liga club Malaga are reportedly keen to sign Emmanuel Adebayor from Manchester City.
Interesting twist in Robin Van Persie story with news that Manchester City must offload Emmanuel Adebayor to ...
Andre Villas-Boas is driving Tottenham's pursuit of Porto star Hulk. Lisbon media sources revealed last week that Spurs had made a fresh move for the Brazil international as Chelsea dithered over their interest. With Villas-Boas set to be confirmed new Spurs manager next week, its understood he has recommended Hulk to chairman Daniel Levy, having attempted to land the centre-forward while in charge of Chelsea. Hulk would arrive at White Hart Lane demanding significantly less than Emmanuel Adebayor is asking for to sign permanently from Manchester City.
Manchester City are trying to sell Carlos Tevez, Edin Dzeko, Emmanuel Adebayor and Roque Santa Cruz to raise funds to buy Arsenal striker Robin Van Persie. He must be very expensive player!
Manchester City looking to clear the decks for Robin Van Persie. Carlos Tevez, Roque Santa Cruz and Emmanuel Adebayor are also for sale.
Samir Nasri shared the following link Manchester City want to offload Carlos Tevez, Edin Dzeko, and Emmanuel Adebayor this summer
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Manchester City stand to lose around 50M Pounds to get rid of Emmanuel Adebayor, Roque Santa Cruz and Wayne Bridge
Manchester City to offer Emmanuel Adebayor, Adam Johnson for Gareth Bale?: While Spurs are dete... ...For More Info
Manchester City need to shift high earners such as Emmanuel Adebayor and Carlos Tevez from their £174million wage bill to fall in line with UEFA's Financial Fair Play rules.
Premier League - Paper Round: Rooney set for £120m bid It's not often we start off our paper round-up with a rumour from the continent, but when the news in question is a £120 million bid for Wayne Rooney we'll make an exception. You read that right: Spanish publication Sport claims that Paris St Germain will make the vast bid - equal to one and a half Cristiano Ronaldos - to bring in the striker from Manchester United. The story claims that PSG's Qatari backers are sick of the difficulty they are having persuading the best players in the world to come to the club, so will make the move as a statement of intent that they will not rest until they are Champions League winners. It might seem a daft idea initially, but the more you think about it the more it seems to make sense: when you think how many years Manchester City wasted spending £20 million here and there on the likes of Roque Santa Cruz and Emmanuel Adebayor, why not splurge properly in the first place even if it means paying massively over the ...
A galaxy of African stars, including Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure and Tottenham Hotspur striker Emmanuel Adebayor, will converge in the Zimbabwe capital Harare on Saturday for Benjani Mwaruwai’s testimonial match...
Manchester City striker Emmanuel Adebayor is in talks with Tottenham Hotspur over making his loan deal permanent.
Emmanuel Adebayor, the on-loan Manchester City striker, wants to play for Tottenham again next season despite the club's failure to qualify for the Champions League.
Roberto Mancini will use Emmanuel Adebayor as bait in a bid to lure Edinson Cavani to Manchester City in a £40million deal. - FOX Sports
Spurs keen to keep Adebayor: Harry Redknapp is determined to keep on-loan Manchester City star Emmanuel Adebayor...
Spurs's hopes of signing on-loan Manchester City striker Emmanuel Adebayor on a permanent deal may be scuppered by New York Red Bulls. The American Major League Soccer side want to reunite the 29-year-old with Former Arsenal team-mate Thierry Henry. Full story: Metro
New York Red Bulls are lining up a shock move for Tottenham striker Emmanuel Adebayor. Adebayor is on-loan at Spurs from Manchester City, which are actively seeking a buyer for the Togo ace.
Emmanuel Adebayor's Manchester City bait for Edinson Cavani: Roberto Mancini will use Emmanuel Adebayor as bait ...
Man City boss Mancini plans to sell eight from title-winning squad Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini plans to dump EIGHT of his prospective title winners this summer. The Mirror says Mancini is intending to stage a clear-out to partly fund his summer shopping. Nigel De Jong, Edin Dzeko, Kolo Toure, Stefan Savic and Adam Johnson are set to make way for new faces. Emmanuel Adebayor, Wayne Bridge and Roque Santa Cruz, all of whom are currently out on loan, will also be offloaded. My Take Predictable outcasts at City!
According to Metro, Liverpool are set to launch a double transfer swoop for Manchester City attackers Adam Johnson and Emmanuel Adebayor this summer in order to push for a place in the top four.
reportedly looking to swoop for out of favor Manchester City duo Adam Johnson and Emmanuel Adebayor.
Liverpool eye double deal with Manchester City for Emmanuel Adebayor and Adam Johnson -
Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini has told Spurs they can buy Emmanuel Adebayor in the summer but there are others after him.
Emmanuel Adebayor, Roque Santa Cruz Manchester City futures in doubt: Harry Redknapp does not know whether he wi...
Buzz: Harry Redknapp does not know if Emmanuel Adebayor will be at Tottenham next season
Manchester City are listening to offers for Carlos Tevéz, Emmanuel Adebayor, Nigel De Jong, Roque Santa Cruz and Wayne Bridge this summer.
Tottenham may pull the plug on their attempts to sign Emmanuel Adebayor on a permanent deal from Manchester City. -Daily Express
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