Loftus Road side keen on White Hart Lane forward.
EMMANUEL ADEBAYOR’S future at Tottenham is in serious doubt.
The Spurs striker moved permanently to White Hart Lane only last summer.
But while he has recently been given the chance by manager Andre Villas-Boas to form a strike force with Jermain Defoe, it is understood that Spurs would consider offers for the Togo star.
That could interest QPR boss Harry Redknapp – his former manager at Spurs last season.
SOURCE: Daily Star
From the moment Emmanuel Adebayor converted his temporary move to a permanent one it seemed as though Andre Villas-Boas had little to do with the deal. The Togo international sat patiently on the bench waiting for his chance to prove himself, indeed after five appearances as a Premier League sub the former Arsenal man got himself sent off in his second start of the campaign at the Emirates Stadium.
In recent weeks things have picked up for the 28 year old, with Villas-Boas attempting to play Adebayor with Jermain Defoe with positive results but talk of another possible striker signing, this source naming Brazilian Leandro Damiao, may well lead the White Hart Lane side to consider offers for Adebayor.
Harry Redknapp made good use of Adebayor during his loan spell at Tottenham last term, the powerful forward netting 18 goals in all competitions whilst also laying on a fair few assists.
Adebayor has elected to represent Togo in the African Nations Cup after a lengthy dispute with his country’s football federation, and that decision may well affect Redknapp’s reported interest in the Spurs marksman.
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