Watford manager Quique Flores is coy on reports linking former Arsenal forward Eammanuel Adebayor with the club.
The Togolese forward is currently without a club after being released by Tottenham Hotspurs but he is strongly linked with a move to Watford who is currently led in attack by Nigerian international Odion Ighalo.
There were reports in September that 31-year-old was denied the chance to train with the Premier League club, but when asked in today’s press conference if there were truth in the rumours that Watford want him, Flores was coy.
“I don’t like to talk about players who don’t belong to the Watford team, but we would welcome every good player,” Flores told reporters.
“No names but I love players with category, soul, talent, but no names. I respect the players I have in my squad. They are in my mind. I know him. He’s very good. He’s a good person.”
Adebayor first moved from AS Monaco to Arsenal which was his first major taste of English football and has gone on to play for the likes of Manchester City, Tottenham Hotspurs, and Real Madrid.