The 31 year old striker was released by Tottenham Hotspurs in September making him available as a free agent. Apart from Spurts, Adebayor has also played for Manchester City and Arsenal in England scoring 94 goals in the process.
His move to Crystal Palace comes hardly two weeks after Coach Alan Pardew has expressed interest of bringing the Togolese on board. By signing him Pardew will be hoping to turn around the team’s low scoring. The team has scored just 24 goals in 23 matches and remain the third joint lowest scorers in the league.
Worse, the Eagles have not won in the last six matches instead lost four times in a row.
In other transfer news New York Red Bulls defender Matt Miazga is set for a move to the Premier League in the next the next 24 hours with his destination not yet clear but a number of clubs among them Chelsea and Manchester United are reported to be interested in his services.
Elsewhere, Tottenham Hotspurs will make a final £17 million bid for West Brom striker Saido Berahino after their initial bid was rejected.
Leicester City are planning to increase their £15 million bid for CSKA Moscow striker Ahmed Musa. After missing out on an opportunity to sign Sampdoria’s Eder