Former Premier League striker Emmanuel Sheyi Adebayor is now a free agent after his contract with Turkish Super League side Kayserispor was terminated.
He had joined Kayserispor in the summer and went on to score two league goals in eight appearances for the Turkish club.
The Togolese international had more success with Istanbul Basaksehir FC of Turkey where he scored 24 league goals.
Emmanuel Sheyi Adebayor played for clubs like Arsenal, Manchester City, Tottenham Hotspur and Crystal Palace in the English top flight.
The Togolese striker signed for Arsenal from French Ligue 1 side AS Monaco in January 2006.
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He is not fondly remembered at Arsenal following the manner of his exit to Premier League champions Manchester City.
Emmanuel Adebayor graduated from hero to zero in the eyes of the Arsenal fans after he ran the length of the pitch to celebrate the goal he scored against the Gunners in his first game against them in the colours of Manchester City.
The Nigerian-born Togolese international has struggled to hit the heights he attained at Arsenal with the other clubs he featured for till date.
His best season as a professional player was the 2007/08 campaign when he scored 30 goals for Arsenal while Arsene Wenger was still the manager.