Tottenham are looking to offload Emmanuel Adebayor and Roberto Soldado to make funds for Chelsea’s Romelu Lukaku, Mirror reports.
Newly appointed Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino is looking for a squad overhaul and declared that Adebayor isn’t part of his plans.
And Spurs have targeted want-away striker Chelsea Romelu Lukaku, who is facing an uncertain future with Atletico Madrid striker Diego Costa almost certain of joining the Blues this summer.
There could be a three way swap between the clubs, with transfer flop Soldado also keen on moving to Atletico.
One of the clubs that have been closely monitoring Adebayor is French giants Monaco, where the Togo international spent three years before joining Arsenal back in 2006.
Adebayor was transfer listed by Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy last summer, but did not receive any offers due to his large £170,000-a-week wages.
Former Spurs boss Andre Villas-Boas was also not a fan of the 30-year-old, who disagreed with his tactics.
However after his sacking, Tim Sherwood reinstated Adebayor as the club’s first choice striker, in which he replied with an impressive 14 goals.