Togo International Emmanuel Adebayor Set To Join West Brom

West Brom manager Slaven Bilic has revealed his desire to sign former Arsenal striker Emmanuel Adebayor this summer.

The veteran forward is out of contract after leaving Paraguayan club Olimpia, and the Baggies may offer him a deal if they fail to sign a marksman before the extended window closes on October 13, according to The Sun.

The report claims Bilic has already entered talks with the former African footballer of the year, who is desperate to return to the Premier League before he retires.

Turkish club Fenerbahce have also shown interest in the Togo international, but Adebayor has expressed his desire to join a fifth Premier League club of his career. 

The Lome-born star memorably taunted Gunners fans by running the length of the pitch to celebrate in front of them after scoring for City in a 4-2 victory.

Adebayor enjoyed a loan spell at Real Madrid then joined Tottenham, netting 42 goals in 113 games over four years with the North London club.

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A disappointing stint at Crystal Palace followed in 2016 before the 36-year-old turned out for Istanbul Basaksehir, Kayserispor and Olimpia

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