The People says Adebayor is heading for the exit door at Manchester City â€“ with both Milan clubs keen to take him to Italy in January.
The 26-year-old Togo striker believes his future isnâ€™t at Eastlands and has already hinted he may be prepared to move in January if he isnâ€™t playing regularly.
Former Arsenal star Adebayor, signed for City by Mark Hughes from the Emirates for Â£25million in July last year, had missed Cityâ€™s last four games with a dead leg before making a late appearance as a substitute against Chelsea yesterday.
But with boss Roberto Mancini signing Inter Milan hot-shot Mario Balotelli, currently out injured, Adebayor believes he will be third-choice striker behind skipper Carlos Tevez and the Italian youngster.
Adebayor, also reportedly involved in an off-field wrangle with the landlord of the property he has been renting in Cheshire, has told pals he could move on if heâ€™s not considered first choice.
And it is understood that Mancini would not stand in Adebayorâ€™s way.