Tottenham Hotspur striker Emmanuel Adebayor has claimed he is undecided on his future going into another crucial summer in his career.
The Togo striker has struggled to find any real form this season and is by no means first choice under boss Andre Villas-Boas.
Constant injuries and the lack of a real pre season for the past two years have combined to disrupt the strikers time at White Hart Lane and it may be best for him and the club if he leaves this summer.
Tottenham are desperate to bring in at least one striker this summer to get more goals out of the side but it is looking an uphill task for them to make the Champions League next season, leaving their options limited.
“Then I will decide my future,” Adebayor told the Daily Telegraph.
“If I’m still a Tottenham player I will go on pre-season and I will have proper training.”
“I signed for Spurs after one game of the league, so I had to jump straight in and I got a hamstring injury, I got a knee injury.
“After that I had to go to the African Cup of Nations and you know what happened. I came back, I played a few games and got injured again.”
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