Emmanuel Adebayor has issed a come and get me plea to Juventus as his Manchester City future comes under a full-scale attack.
Having been told he can leave the club, with Mario Balotelli's arrival from Inter looking possible despite questions over wage demands, Adebayor is hoping Juventus stitch together a plan to rescue him from the brink at Eastlands.
There has been no official confirmation from City that their man is on the transfer market, but his words suggest he will leave.
"Juventus are a great club in which I would like to play," he told Tuttosport.
"Until some time ago I would not have accepted a transfer to other clubs. I wanted to wear the City shirt and have a better season compared to last year, but I know there will not be many chances for me and so I am considering the many offers I have received.
"I am sorry to leave the Premier League, but in Europe there are other top leagues."
Juventus have been linked with the striker after general director Giuseppe Marotta closed the door on Wolfsburg hitman Edin Dzeko after learning the Germans won't lower their €40 million demands.