Besiktas agree personal terms with Tottenham striker Adebayor
Beşiktaş have agreed personal terms with Tottenham striker Emmanuel Adebayor according to Fanatik.
The deal breaker for Adebayor is reported to be the future of Beşiktaş in European competition.
The Black Eagles finished the 2012-13 Turkish Süper Lig in third position however, will not be participating in the Europa League next season after being handed a one-year European competition ban from UEFA.
Beşiktaş have challenged the ruling and are waiting for the outcome of their appeal.
Eagles manager Beşiktaş manager Slaven Bilic recently admitted he would like to see Tottenham striker Emmanuel Adebayor join the club.
"Adebayor is a very talented player, anyone would like him to be a part of their squad," Bilic said speaking to Lig Tv.
Beşiktaş board member Ahmet Kavalcı also recently confirmed that an offer had been made for the Togolese international.
"We are definitely interested in him Adebayor and have made an offer," Kavalcı said.
The Eagles lack depth upfront, with Hugo Almeida, the injury prone Mustafa Pektemek and recent signing Ömer Şişmanoğlu being the only viable options.
Spurs transfer listed Adebayor after a poor season - the Togolese international only scored five Premier League goals in 25 appearances.
Beşiktaş have also been closely linked with Nigerian international Michael Eneramo.