Adebayor waiting on Real bid

The Togo international took in a productive loan spell at the

Bernabeu last season after slipping down the pecking order at City.

He thoroughly enjoyed his time in the Spanish capital and has made

it clear that his preference would be to secure a permanent switch

to Los Blancos. Such a move has failed to materialise, with the

likes of Blackburn and Zenit St Petersburg the only sides to

express an interest so far. Adebayor, though, claims Real boss Jose

Mourinho has promised that he will do all he can to bring him on

board. Taking that into account, the experienced frontman claims he

is willing to sit tight and let the transfer window tick down. “I

am prepared to wait until the last minute of the window on August

31,” Adebayor told Marca. “Mourinho told me he will do everything

to bring me back and I am optimistic that a deal can be done. “For

me, Real are everything. I love the club. “On my last day working

with the club, my team-mates demanded that I be brought back for

next season. That was incredible. “I don’t believe that Manchester

City will create any problems and will be happy to sell. I don’t

think I am of interest to coach Roberto Mancini. “During my loan

last season, I scored eight goals and that is not a bad return. “I

think I completed my mission, but people in Madrid have not seen

the true Adebayor. I can still do much better.”