Manchester City striker Emmanuel Adebayor's future is uncertain after both Real Madrid and City appeared to turn their back on the Togo international.
Reports had suggested that Adebayor, who has scored four goals since his move to Madrid, would make a permanent move to Jose Mourinho's side this summer.
These reports were further emphasised by City's technical director Mike Rigg, who feels Adebayor would fit in well in La Liga.
“Real has a purchase option [on Adebayor],” Rigg said.
“Adebayor is a guy who would fit Bavaria. A very great player, a type such as Luca Toni."
However, reports from Goal.com have suggested that Madrid will turn down the chance to sign the City man, with the €16 million asking price a stumbling block for Los Blancos.
With both City and Madrid now seemingly wanting rid of the forward, it leaves his immediate future uncertain.