Tottenham appear to have finally lost all patience with striker Emmanuel Adebayor, and will desperately try to offload the flop at the end of the season, reports the Daily Mail.
The former Arsenal forward joined Spurs on a permanent deal three years ago after a successful loan deal, where he scored seventeen goals in thirty-three Premier League appearances.
However, since his £5m move from Manchester City, Adebayor has received criticism for both lack of goals, as well as an apparent attitude problem. And after just two goals this term, it seems that Mauricio Pochettino is desperate to get rid of the 31-year-old.
A stumbling block to any potential departure in the past, though, had been the size of the £100,000 a week contract that the Togo international is currently on. According to the Mail, Adebayor is not willing to accept anything less than the £5.2m salary he would earn should he see out his deal at White Hart Lane.
Spurs are now reportedly willing to cover some of the wage costs should a team become interested in Adebayor, but be unable to meet his large wage demands.