Emmanuel Adebayor is considering offers from Watford and Crystal Palace, according to the Guardian.
The thirty-one-year-old left Tottenham Hotspur back in September, and has been searching for a new club ever since.
He made just nine league starts last season, scoring twice with his last action coming in an African Cup of Nations qualifying win over Liberia.
Both the Hornets and the Eagles have vastly exceeded expectations in the Premier League so far this season, and both are looking to consolidate their position.
There are question marks over the futures of both Troy Deeney and Odion Ighalo at Watford, while Palace’s current selection of forwards have just one league goal between them this season despite the club’s lofty position.
Aside from his four years at Spurs, Adebayor has had spells with Metz and Monaco in France and Arsenal and Manchester City in England, while he also had a loan spent with Real Madrid in 2011.