Spurs wait on Adebayor deal
Striker Emmanuel Adebayor is hoping Spurs and Manchester City can reach an agreement and that he can stay on at the Lane next season.
The City frontman has been on loan at Tottenham for the past campaign but there is a major doubt that Spurs can, or are willing, to match his wages. The 28-year-old has two years to run on a £170,000-a-week contract at Manchester City and there are highly unlikely to subsidise another season for him on loan at Spurs or elsewhere. The player himself would like to stay at White Hart Lane, he told the Evening Standard: "I don't know yet whether I'll be here or not next year but my first choice now would be to stay at Tottenham. "I am not going to go on my knees and beg anyone; this is for others to sort out. "If a deal can be done, then fine. I would love to play for Tottenham. If not, then trust me: I will keep Tottenham in my heart. I am a former Arsenal player, too, but everyone knows how that ended. I know north London very well, my home is here and I have had a fantastic year. "I am a huge fan of Tottenham now and I love the club. If I am not at the club in the future, I will be following their games and wishing them luck."