Paris St. Germain are eyeing the possibility of launching a bid to take Tottenham striker Emmanuel Adebayor on loan until the end of the season, according to the Daily
The 30-year-old has struggled somewhat this season, his third since making his loan move from Manchester City permanent in 2012. He has recently returned from a leave of absence, and has found himself in and out of the starting XI with Roberto Soldado and the in-form Harry Kane often preferred.
After being surprisingly made captain for the Capital One Cup semi-final first leg with Sheffield United on January 21, Adebayor was given a mixed reception by the Spurs supporters, whom he criticised earlier in the season for creating a negative atmosphere at White Hart Lane.
Tottenham and PSG have been in conversation in recent weeks over fringe players from both sides, with the French champions viewing Adebayor as an option with interest growing in attacking duo Edinson Cavani and Ezequiel Lavezzi.
Queens Park Rangers and Stoke City are both said to have also looked at Adebayor, but unlike PSG finances could be an issue, with the Togo international earning £140,000 per week.
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