Emmanuel Adebayor might be on his way back to England with Aston Villa, Newcastle, and Brighton interested in the Togo striker.
The 35-year-old left Turkish club Kayserispor last month, where he scored two goals in eight appearances and is now a free agent.
According to The Sun Football, the once Arsenal, Manchester City, Tottenham, and Crystal Palace frontman is keen on a move to the English Premier League again, as he looks to achieve a couple of personal goals.
At 97 goals in the PL, he is said to be aiming for 100 and wants a chance with either club that comes forward.
A close friend said: "He has 97 goals and is keen to reach 100 Premier League goals.
"He also wants to pass his close friend Didier Drogba’s record of 104 goals in the Premier League to become the all-time top African top scorer in the Premier League."
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