Adebayor not bothered about top 4 casualties

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Adebayor Manchester City

Emmanuel Adebayor reckons that Manchester City can finish in the top four of the Premier League this season, and he doesn’t care which team they replace.

The Togo striker was speaking to The League magazine and he explained that it will be difficult, but he thinks City will make the top four this year.

“The objective of the club is to finish in the top four. It’s going to be tough, don’t get me wrong, but we have the squad to do it,” he told The League.

“We don’t care who we push out of the top four, whether it’s Arsenal or one of the others.”

“This team has a lot of quality and a good manager, so why not?”

The 25-year-old is also convinced that City can establish themselves as a force to be reckoned with on every stage.

“Most people can see that the chairman and the manager want this club to be one of the best in the world,” he continued.

“They have bought players like Tevez. They had already bought Robinho. They are ready to build up the team and we are ready to join in.”

“Are we going to be the best club in the world? I cannot say that, but we will do our best. I have come here for ambition and to win trophies. Now we have to prove that we can do it.”

Adebayor also spoke of his delight to see friend and former ex-Gunner Kolo Toure join him at the City of Manchester Stadium.

“Kolo is a great friend of mine. He has been a big player for Arsenal and in my opinion he is a top defender – he knows the Premier League really well.”

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