Manchester city manager Roberto Mancini has said that he certainly feels sorry for the plight of the Manchester city striker Emmanuel Adebayor, who has been forced out of the first team.
However, Roberto Mancini has confirmed that he has no plans to include Emmanuel Adebayor back into the first team of the club. There seems to be as much love for Ade at City as there was when he was playing in one of the famous Arsenal t-shirts.
Manchester city have been looking to sell the Togo international for quite some time now, but the potential interested parties have been put off by the huge wage demands of the player. The player is currently on a contract worth around £ 175,000 per week.
Roberto Mancini has confirmed that the club are still looking for a solution in order to offload the player. Manchester city failed to secure the signing of Robin van Persie because they were unable to sell Emmanuel Adebayor in time. The huge wages of the player mean that the club needs to look at options to sell the player before bringing in another striker. Emmanuel Adebayor was a £ 25 million signing from Arsenal a few seasons ago. He scored 14 goals in his debut season for the club, but has fallen out of favour with the current Manchester city manager Roberto Mancini.
“I am sorry for him because he is here and not playing. But he has no chance of playing this season for us. It’s important for him that he can find a good solution because he scored a lot of goals last season and he’s a top striker. I hope for him he can find a good solution very quickly. I still have confidence in the four strikers. They scored 70 goals between them last season. They will all stay,” Mancini told reporters. Manchester city are looking to offload players like Emmanuel Adebayor, Edin Dzeko, and Roque Santa Cruz.