Emmanuel Adebayor, who has not played for Tottenham Hotspur in this season, has been released by the club.
The 31-year-old former Arsenal and Manchester City star, who reportedly earns £100,000-a-week ($152,000, EUR137,000), has also been left out of Tottenham's Europa League squad.
Emmanuel Adebayor has been at Tottenham Hotspurs since 2011, following previous spells with Arsenal, Manchester City and Real Madrid, but has made only 10 appearances this season, scoring two goals.
Emmanuel Adebayor and Roberto Soldado netted a goal each as Tottenham registered a 2-1 friendly win over Schalke.
Adebayor has scored four times in five appearances since being restored to the team by new manager Tim Sherwood after a spell in exile under previous boss Andre Villas-Boas.
Emmanuel Adebayor and Christian Eriksen scored fpr Spurs to all but end United's hopes of retaining the Premier League title.
After scoring in Tottenham's League Cup loss to West Ham on Wednesday, Emmanuel Adebayor kept his place in the starting lineup and secured the victory that puts his seventh-place team just six points behind leaders Liverpool.
Adebayor is due to return to London on Monday and Villas-Boas says that when he does, he will have to train with the club's second-string players.
Press reports in Britain have suggested that the Londoners are close to snapping up the forward for a club record 18 million pounds.
A 2-1 victory over Stoke City lifted Tottenham into fourth place, the last qualifying position for the Champions League; two points ahead of Arsenal, who face FA Cup winners Wigan Athletic on Tuesday.
The result will also complicate Benitez's preparations for next week's Europa League final against Benfica, but it did allow Spurs manager Andre Villas-Boas to depart with a smile after his first game back at Stamford Bridge since he was sacked by Chelsea last year.
UEFA's sanction included charges over other crowd issues, including Inter's "insufficient organization" of the match, plus objects thrown and fireworks lit by fans.
Bale, who has been in superb form this season, clutched his leg in agony after being stepped on by David Degen in stoppage-time of Thursday's 2-2 draw against FC Basel in the Europa League quarter-final first leg.
In the latest in a string of incidents involving Italian clubs, Tottenham's Togolese forward Emmanuel Adebayor was apparently targeted by monkey chants during Thursday's match at the San Siro.
Despite a fine showing, Adebayor was targeted by opposition fans and the Spurs now want action taken.
It is especially vexing for Wenger that his players seem to save their most nervous displays for the biggest occasions. While Wenger, who denied any knowledge of a reported takeover bid from a Middle East consortium, faces up to an uncertain future, Spurs manager Andre Villas-Boas is riding high after a remarkable renaissance in his second spell...
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Adebayor said he was "exhausted" after his exertions in South Africa, and Villas-Boas says the club have given him a period of leave.