Capoue, Naughton and Adebayor are all linked with moves away.
With Jermain Defoe having already agreed to join Toronto FC, Emmanuel Adebayor, Etienne Capoue and Kyle Naughton are all set to follow the striker out of Tottenham Hotspur, according to the Mirror.
New manager Tim Sherwood is said to be disappointed by some of the players’ attitudes at White Hart Lane and despite only joining the club in the summer, Capoue is said to be one of those the boss believes to be lazy and unprofessional.
Serie A side Napoli have been strongly linked with the midfielder and Sherwood would be prepared to let the Frenchman leave – particularly with Moussa Dembele, Paulinho and Sandro already at Spurs.
Naughton meanwhile has really struggled to find any form in north London since arriving as part of an £8m joint deal with Kyle Walker from Sheffield United in 2009.
Whilst Walker has excelled and is now an important part of the first team and a fully fledged England international, the other full-back has generally been poor and could be given a get-out clause by Aston Villa.
The real surprise though is Adebayor, as the striker has just been given a chance back in the starting XI under Sherwood and has excelled, scoring four goals in six games.
Yet super-rich Abu Dhabi side Al-Ain are interested in the 29-year-old and the money the club are offering could be too tempting for the Togo international to pass up.
A few months ago most Tottenham fans wouldn’t have been disappointed to see Adebayor leave, but with Defoe on the way and Roberto Soldado short of form, the African has been a real shining light in front of goal.
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