Big-spending Paris Saint-Germain are monitoring Emmanuel Adebayor’s situation and are prepared to make a bid to sign the striker in the summer, according to The Daily Mail.
The Togolese frontman is currently on loan at Tottenham from Manchester City, with the north London club believed to be unable to match his wages and the Premier League leaders not wanting the African back at the Etihad Stadium.
Despite Spurs preparing to try and bring Adebayor to White Hart Lane on a permanent basis, it is thought that the forward would have to take a wage cut to make this happen.
PSG are backed by the Qatari Investment Authority, and as such would have no problem in matching Adebayor’s current salary, believed to be around £170,000 a week.
A fee of £12 million is thought to be suffice to ensure City let the attacker leave.
By Gareth McKnight