Premier League side Tottenham Hotspurs are planning to sell their strikers Roberto Soldado and Emmanuel Adebayor in order to fund for Porto striker Jackson Martinez, as per Daily Express reports.
It was already reported last month that Spurs will sell their flop strikers as they look ahead for a move of Jackson Martinez in the winter transfer window.
Former Arsenal striker Emmanuel Adebayor was on a leave due to his personal reasons in Togo, he recently returned but is yet to make an appearance. He will not be available for Spurs in tonight's Capital One Cup fixture against Newcastle United.
While Spanish striker Roberto Soldado is yet to prove his worth of £26million which was given to Valencia last year. He has only scored 7 Premier League goals in 36 appearances and majority were scored from the spot kick.
Spurs duo strikers have not taken an important part in their 20 Premier League goals so far this season.
Porto’s Colombian striker Jackson Martinez is already on several clubs’ radar and Spurs are also in the queue.
Martinez is a proven goal machine in the Portuguese League and he could prove his ability in the Premier League too.
The 28-year-old has scored 17 goals in 20 appearances for Porto this season in all competition.
Columnist: Dany Fendi