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Ask Emmanuel Adebayor your questions

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  • Adebayor signed for Manchester City for $41m at the start of the season
  • The 25-year-old helped Togo qualify for the World Cup finals in 2006
  • Send the questions you'd like to ask one of the world's hottest strikers here
By Matt Kiernon
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(CNN) -- When Emmanuel Adebayor signed for English Premier League side Manchester City for a reported $41 million this summer, he became one of the world's most valuable strikers.

Emmanuel Adebayor

Do you have a question you would like to ask Emmanuel Adebayor?

The Togo international has become one of the league's most prolific goal scorers in recent times but often the 25-year-old's career has been blighted by controversy.

CNN will be talking to the Sky Blue's star and we are giving you the chance to question the man himself. What do you want to ask Emmanuel Adebayor? Send us your questions here.

Easily Togo's hottest football export, Adebayor has enjoyed a vast amount of success both for club and country in his short career.

A Champions League finalist with Monaco in 2004, the striker is probably best known for his three and half seasons with Arsenal where a strike rate of 46 goals in 104 games propelled Adebayor onto the world stage.

He has also led from the frontline as captain of the Togo national side, helping them to reach the 2006 World Cup finals for the first time in their history, bagging goals in the process.

But despite such success on the field, the Manchester City player has often courted controversy.

Adebayor was recently banned for three matches and fined for violent conduct and a provocative goal celebration in a 4-2 City victory over Arsenal earlier this season.

Regardless of the controversy though, Adebayor remains one of the most talented attacking forwards in the world and his current deal will keep him at Eastlands until 2014.

And now CNN are offering you the chance to put your questions to the man himself. What is Arsene Wenger like to work with? What is it like to be at Manchester City under the new ownership? And will it be difficult to watch next year's World Cup from afar after Togo failed to qualify?

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