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Pochettino to make decision about Adebayor’s future

Pochettino to make decision about Adebayor’s future
May 22
19:42 2015

Tottenham Hotspur manager, Mauricio Pochettino, has revealed that a decision will be made on Emmanuel Adebayor’s future in due course.

The Togo striker was granted compassionate leave on Thursday for the second time this season. But his Spurs future is now in doubt.

The 31-year-old has written about his family issues on Facebook and said he had considered suicide.

“This is a private life,” Pochettino told Sky Sports.

“I spoke with him earlier in the week, it is difficult for him and for that of course we let him go to Togo and fix his problems with his family.”

When asked about Adebayor’s future at White Hart Lane, Pochettino gave little away.

“This is a different problem – one problem is his private life, the other is the sports side – and always we need to take a decision for the future of the club, but there is no decision yet.”

Adebayor joined Spurs on loan in 2011 from Manchester City.  An impressive first season tally of 18 goals saw the switch become permanent for £5m the following summer.

The former Arsenal forward was granted personal leave by Spurs in December and has struggled this season, scoring only two goals in 17 games.

He almost signed for West Ham on loan during January deadline-day but chairman Daniel Levy pulled the plug off the deal.

His contract with Tottenham expires in 2016.


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