Don’t worry Spurs fans we are not talking about Harry Kane, but Emmanuel Adebayor who Chelsea hope to sign on loan this summer.
Blues boss Jose Mourinho regards the Togolese international as the perfect man to replace the retiring Didier Drogba with, and use him as a back-up for Diego Costa and Loic Remy.
An approach from the west London club would pose a question for the 31-year-old knowing that he would only be a squad player at Stamford Bridge while at West Ham who tried to sign him during the last transfer window he would be assured first-team football.
When the transfer window opened in January West Ham were in contention for a top-four finish and with Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy seeing the Hammers as a threat he vetoed the move, offering Adebayor to other clubs who were all put off by his £110,000 per-week wage demands.
Since then the West African striker has been pushed to the side-lines at White Hart Lane playing for the first time since January in last week’s 3-0 loss to Manchester United at Old Trafford adding to speculation that he is certain to leave the club this summer.