Togo striker adamant he will be remaining at White Hart Lane.
Tottenham striker Emmanuel Adebayor has insisted that he will not be forced out of the club as rumours continue to swirl about a possible exit for the Togo international.
According to The Mirror, Adebayor has insisted that he will be remaining at White Hart Lane as he intends to see out the remaining three years on his current deal.
Spurs are thought to be ready to consider bids for Adebayor, despite the player only arriving at the club on a permanent deal from Manchester City last summer.
He was the source of ire for Tottenham fans on more than one occasion last season after he failed to replicate the form he displayed while playing on loan for the club.
That led some to question Adebayor’s commitment and has prompted Spurs boss Andre Vilas-Boas into looking to shake up the club’s attacking options.
AVB is also willing to consider options for England striker Jermain Defoe as he looks to make space in his squad for reinforcements.
The club have been linked to Barcelona’s David Villa and Aston Villa’s Christian Benteke in recent weeks and it looks increasingly likely that Adebayor will endure a diminished role in the side in the up-coming season.