Striker’s charity foundation raising money for youths in Togo

Currently without a club, Emmanuel Adebayor is using his free time to help raise money for youths in Togo


Having been released by Tottenham in September, Emmanuel Adebayor is currently without a club and has been staying in his home country of Togo.

The 31-year-old is also using his free time for something positive as he is raising money for youths in Togo.

Adebayor shared a photo of himself in a Tottenham shirt leading out a team of players also in the same kit.

“When Capi Capi SEA walks in,” the former Real Madrid and Arsenal writes on Instagram.

The match was organised to raise money for his SEA (Sheyi Emmanuel Adebayor) Foundation.

The SEA Foundation aims to fund and support youth projects in Togo.

Adebayor has also been training with a local side in Togo in a bid to remain match fitness as his search for a new club continues.

Because Adebayor was registered as a Tottenham player at the end of the transfer window, he cannot sign for anyone else until the window re-opens.

He has been linked with a move to English Premier League side, Watford.

Watford are interested in a short-term deal to bring the free-agent to the club.

Watford manager Quique Sánchez Flores could offer the 31-yea-rold striker a chance at the club if he can prove his fitness.

Flores is keen to add to his strike force of could of Odion Ighalo and Troy Deeney at Watford.

Ighalo has been in form for Watford scoring seven goals, but captain Deeney has struggled to replicate his last season form in the Championship so far in the EPL.


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