Emmanuel Adebayor spent four years at Tottenham Hotspur.
Welcome to this evening's transfer round-up. This edition features 'Manchester City looking at Keilor Gamboa Navas?' and 'Arsenal complete deal for Mohamed Elneny' plus more, so delve in below.
Roberts has struggled to make an impact since joining Manuel Pellegrini's side in the summer.
The former Newcastle striker has been previewing their Premier League clash with West Ham.
HITC Sport understands Cambridge have agreed a deal to keep loan striker Williamson.
Ian Wright believes Tottenham could not only qualify for the Champions League, but also win the FA Cup this season.
Leicester City won 1-0 at White Hart Lane yesterday, with Robert Huth bagging the winner.
The former Liverpool striker was reacting to the 3-3 draw with Arsenal.
Steve McClaren is reportedly reluctant to see Cheick Tiote leave Newcastle.
Stan Collymore was speaking after Aston Villa’s victory over Crystal Palace.
Arsenal won against Manchester City in the FA Cup at the weekend.
West Ham United played host to Everton at the weekend.
Signed on loan, was Mo Barrow a terrible signing by Leeds United or purely a desperate one?
Garth Crooks praises Arsenal's Gabriel Paulista.
Aston Villa ran out as 1-0 winners over Birmingham City yesterday.
Manchester United striker has been linked with a return to Everton.
Nice midfielder Jean Michael Seri would cost a huge fee if Everton and Southampton want to bring him to England this summer.
Celtic have been linked with a loan move for another Manchester City prospect.
Palace chairman praises Liverpool supporters.
Leeds sold Lewis Cook to Bournemouth last summer.
Waves of increasingly tough legislation from financial regulators will push City firms to shell out on an army of compliance consultants in 2016, figures seen by City A.M. have suggested.
JPMorgan Asset Management is taking over managing $1.2bn for BlueCrest AllBlue Fund, giving shareholders an alternative investment opportunity after the hedge fund said it’s returning capital to outside investors.