Premier League sides Crystal Palace and Watford have both offered ex-Tottenham striker Emmanuel Adebayor a contract until the end of the season, as reported by David Hytner and Dominic Fifield of The Guardian.

The 31-year-old striker is a free agent after his contract with Spurs was terminated and he is keen to get back into football, and would prefer to stay in London.

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According to the report, Watford’s offer is more lucrative than Palace’s, and the Eagles have apparently included a get-out clause in their offer which allows them to end the deal if the striker breaks any club disciplinary rules.

The likelihood of playing time is probably greater at Palace as their strikers have not been scoring goals, whereas the pair of Troy Deeney and Odion Ighalo have been in good form for Quique Sánchez Flores’ side this season and Adebayor would be a backup at Vicarage Road, so he has a decision to make; does he want more money or a better chance of playing time?