Fenerbahce could offer Adebayor a route out of White Hart Lane.
Tottenham’s hopes of offloading Emmanuel Adebayor have been boosted by Fenerbahce’s interest in the striker, reports the Guardian.
The Togolese forward is thought to be surplus to requirements at White Hart Lane after a dismal season in which he scored just five Premier League goals in 25 outings.
Adebayor is one of Spurs’ highest earners on a reported £100,000-a-week and the club are keen to offload the 29-year-old to free up funds for new signings, with Barcelona’s David Villa and Leandro Damiao of Internacional both thought to be targets.
Ex-Arsenal striker Adebayor spent last season on loan at White Hart Lane from Manchester City and scored 17 league goals under former boss Harry Redknapp.
But the lanky forward has struggled to reproduce that form under current head-coach Andre Villas-Boas and has been criticised by sections of the Tottenham support for his perceived lack of effort on the pitch.
Fenerbahce are keen to reinforce their squad this summer after finishing second in the Super Lig last season.