Togo attacker had been expected to train with the reserves.
Tottenham Hotspur manager Andre Villas-Boas will allow unwanted striker Emmanuel Adebayor to go out on loan this season, with Championship outfit Queens Park Rangers the favourites to land the Togo international, according to reports in the Daily Mirror.
Adebayor has already been told that he is surplus to requirements at White Hart Lane, with the 29-year-old having spent most of the summer trying to find a new club for this campaign.
However, as yet the former Arsenal and Manchester City man has been unable to find any suitor willing to match his massive £160,000-per-week wage packet in north London, despite interest in Adebayor from a number of clubs both in the Premier League and across the continent.
As a result, it had been expected that Villas-Boas would make the forward train with the club’s reserves when the Togolese returned from his homeland on Monday – Adebayor has been in Togo attending the funeral of his brother – however, now the Tottenham manager has decided that it would be preferable to allow the misfiring attacker to get some game time on loan at another club, rather than simply rotting in the reserves.
But, there still remains some doubt as to whether QPR can afford Adebayor’s hefty weekly wages for such a deal to go through.